Restaurants and Cafes in the Cairngorms

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Garth Hotel Restaurant, Grantown-on-Spey

Garth Hotel Restaurant    Grantown-on-Spey

The Garth Hotel in Grantown on Spey is the ideal walkers' hostelry – locally known for its high quality, home cooked local food, non-residents are welcome for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Food is served all day between 12pm and 9pm and you can eat in the gardens as well when the weather is kind. On colder evenings have a night cap or pre dinner drink in the cosy lounge with blazing log fire. Private dining available for family groups and they have a snug bar with real ales on tap.

Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore

Cairngorm Hotel    Aviemore

The Cairngorm Hotel opposite the railway station in Aviemore is the perfect place to eat. Breakfast, morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner all served in the restaurant or the bar. Enjoy a pint of locally brewed beer or one of a selection of malts. Food served all day with vegetarian, gluten free and children’s options available too. Aviemore is a great base for a walking adventure along with a variety of outdoor pursuits but equally a pint and a home cooked meal in the bar is just the ticket too!

Rowan Tree Country Hotel Restaurant, Loch Alvie, near Aviemore

Rowan Tree Country Hotel Restaurant    Loch Alvie, near Aviemore

Our country restaurant is renowned across the highlands for providing high quality, locally sourced cuisine. Our carefully designed menu showcases the very best seasonal food and the menu changes accordingly. Our award-winning chef also enjoys developing unique and interesting dishes for our daily specials so there is always the opportunity to sample new creations. Enjoy an aperitif in our cozy lounge or bar, whilst you choose from our superb menu and your food is freshly prepared for your order

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