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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.
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.
A quality Scottish small hotel with many awards for excellence, including AA Rosette and "Taste of Scotland" dining, Culdearn is personally run with country house ambience and beautiful rooms, the perfect location for the Spey Valley and Aviemore resort.
Formerly the country house of the Earl of Seafield, Culdearn House Hotel is a traditional Scottish Victorian granite house retaining many period features. Set back from the road and looking onto grounds of 3/4 acre and woodland, but within easy walking of the centre of Grantown on Spey, the Hotel has that special combination of atmosphere and personal service that brings guests back time and time again.
Tigh na Sgiath Country House - former home of Sir Thomas Lipton and the Hartley Jam Family - it is situated in its own grounds only 3 miles from Grantown on Spey, it offers the highest standard of accommodation and Highland hospitality, Full Cooked Scottish Breakfasts, Traditional Afternoon Cream Teas, Full Licence offering comprehensive Malt Whisky List, Local Cairngorm Beers and Gins, Children Welcome, Dogs welcome - Special diets catered for.
The newly refurbished Grant Arms Hotel is in the very heart of Grantown on Spey.With 48 bedrooms, all ensuite, the Hotel is a popular venue for short breaks.The Bird Watching and Wildlife Club is based at the Hotel and all our guests are welcome to use the Club Room and Wildlife Library and to attend the talks, briefings and walks hosted by the resident Wildlife Team.
This traditional hotel is set amidst the scenic splendour of the Cairngorm mountains and close to the Highland capital, Inverness as well as the ski slopes at Cairngorm & the Lecht.A first class base for sight seeing and touring the Highlands of Scotland. Within reach of, Inverness, Balmoral, Cairngorms,.Loch Ness, Moray Firth, Culloden Battlefield, Cawdor Castle, John o.Groats, Isle of Skye, Wester Ross, Ben Nevis. Activites on the doorstep include Golf, Fishing, Climbing, Cycling, Water Sports, Walking, Ski-ing, Horse Riding, Bird Watching, Tennis & Bowling. AA & Visit Scotland 3 star.
Traditional, Victorian Hotel, situated in Grantown-on-Spey in the Cairngorms National Park. Offering personal, friendly service this small family run hotel.is in a.must visit area.for salmon and trout fishing, golf, walking, birdwatching, horse riding and activity enthusiasts, as well as being the perfect base for a relaxing Highland midweek or weekend break, embracing Speyside, Royal Deeside, Loch Ness and the World Famous Malt Whiskey Trail.Seafield s pine paneled Restaurant offers attractive and relaxed surroundings for that.special meal .
A large victorian building set in its own grounds situated a short stroll from the town and the River Spey .Over looked by the Cromdale Hills and nearby Cairngom Mountains.An ideal location for the famous Speyside Malt Whisky Trails,Salmon fishing and the Cairngorm Funicular Railway.
The Haugh Hotel is a traditional stone built small village inn, in Cromdale, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, on the edge of.The Cairngorm National Park . It is situated on the main A95, which runs from Aviemore to Elgin. We are just three and a half miles from Grantown-on-Spey, and are close to the River Spey, which is ideal for salmon fishing.Being directly on the Whisky Trail and the Speyside Way, this is a perfect stop off for walkers and whisky lovers.