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B&B in Tomintoul, Glenlivet and Upper Strathdon


Stronavaich Guest House, near Tomintoul
No pets Wifi / broadband

Stronavaich Guest House    near Tomintoul

Set in a secluded location between Tomintoul and The Lecht we are ideal for exploring the eastern Cairngorms (e.g. Ben Avon, Bieinn a'Bhuird) plus Ladder and Cromdale ranges, Speyside Way, Ailnack ravine etc. As keen mountaineers (dedicated munro-baggers!), we understand your needs - bathrooms all have baths (one with sauna), dining room with wood-burner, reading room (complimentary whisky-taster), ample gear drying/storage facilities, plenty of parking space. Full Scottish breakfast included and for those not wanting to be tied down we have a guest kitchenette for preparing own breakfast or snacks/evening meals.

Argyle Guest House, Tomintoul

Argyle Guest House    Tomintoul

Built in 1891 Argyle House is steeped in history first known as the Argyle Temperance Hotel. It has evolved to a cosy bed and breakfast retreat in this charming village which is centrally located in the Cairngorm National park. Although the building is old it offers modern conveniences with central heating and double glazing. Argyle Guest House provides the perfect base whatever your Activity - Whether you are just taking in the sites or doing something more strenuous Tomintoul has something for everyone.

Thistle Dhu Bed & Breakfast, Glenlivet

Thistle Dhu Bed & Breakfast    Glenlivet

You can be sure of a warm welcome at Thistle Dhu Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Glenlivet Scotland. Andy & Pat Wallace are your hosts in this warm and comfortable B&B and look forward to making your stay happy and memorable!.Ideally situated for the Speyside Way walking holidays fishing in the magnificent River Spey and the River Avon and more locally the River Livet.

Glenlivet B & B (Glendalloch House), Glenlivet

Glenlivet B & B (Glendalloch House)    Glenlivet

Come and stay with us in our home at Glenlivet in the heart of the Speyside Whisky Trail.The house was built by the the successors of George Smith in the early 60 s as their fishing lodge with the meeting room for the Glenlivet Distillery built on the end.There are wonderful views from the house up the River Avon towards Drumin Castle and we are situated on the edge of the stunning Cairngorm National Park.


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