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Hotels in Newtonmore and Kingussie: Badenoch


Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie
No pets

Duke of Gordon Hotel    Kingussie

The Duke of Gordon Hotel is one of the premier privately owned hotels in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park within the town of Kingussie. The facilities and atmosphere of this traditional hotel together with the hospitality and welcome extended by our staff make the Duke of Gordon the ideal place to stay when walking in the Highlands. There is a detailed list of walks in the area on the 'Kingussie' section of this website. The walks range from 1 hour to 7 hours and take in the stunning scenery of this beautiful area.

Highlander Hotel, Newtonmore
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Highlander Hotel    Newtonmore

Only a matter of miles from the geographical centre of Scotland, and a few minutes off the main road network, the hotel is ideally situated for exploring the stunning scenery of the Scottish highlands.The hotels friendly atmosphere and good food ensures you of true Highland hospitality.All bedrooms have TV, hairdryer and hospitality tray.Free Wi-fi access is available in the hotel foyer.Light lunches, bar meals and dinners are available and the bar has a good selection of malts from throughout Scotland to sample.

Silverfjord Hotel, Kingussie
No pets

Silverfjord Hotel    Kingussie

Silverfjord hotel

Balavil Hotel, Newtonmore

Balavil Hotel    Newtonmore

Choose.to enjoy a short break at the Balavil Hotel set in the heart of The Cairngorms National Park and Scottish.Wildcat.country in the stunning Invernessshire.. The hotel is surrounded by spectacular scenery and plenty of outdoor activities for you to enjoy such as hillwalking, river and loch fishing, canoeing and golf. Whatever sets you pulse racing, be it the wide open space of the Highland s the Balavil Hotel is perfect for your short break.


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