Hotels in Grantown-on-Spey and Nethy Bridge

Garth Hotel, Grantown on Spey
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Garth Hotel    Grantown on Spey

The Garth Hotel on the Square in Grantown-on-Spey is the perfect base for walkers especially as they are situated near the Dava Way plus are at the start of the Whisky Trail. Great base for Royal Deeside and Nairn too. With cosy log fire, all day catering from 12 till 9pm, snug bar with real ales, gardens with seating for snacks and drinks during the Summer months plus a Highland piper each night from 6pm this pet friendly hotel is also within walking distance of leisure facilities, museum and shops.

Grant Arms Hotel, Grantown-on-Spey
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Grant Arms Hotel    Grantown-on-Spey

The Grant Arms Hotel**** and One Rosette, established in 1765, is a traditional Scottish hotel ideally located on the Square in Grantown on Spey, in the Cairngorms National Park. Speyside Way, Dava Way and Anagach Woods are right on our doorstep. The coast and top of the Cairngorms are only 40 minutes away. Early breakfast, packed lunches or dinner available. Boot Wash, Drying Room, guest laundry, Natural History Library, the Bird Watching and Wildlife Club are only a few of the Grant Arms Hotel's amenities. Please quote "WalkHighlands" upon booking.

Muckrach Country House Hotel, Dulnain Bridge
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Muckrach Country House Hotel    Dulnain Bridge

13 bedroom Victorian Shooting Lodge with Coffee Shop/Restaurant open to non-residents. 4 star luxury throughout; fabric wallpaper, rich colours, Wilton carpets, chandeliers and the most amazing Hypnos mattresses. Not forgetting the lovely people waiting to give you a Highland welcome. Drying room available for coats & boots and a warm drink after an exhilarating walk! 2 Dog friendly rooms.

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