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An exclusive rural retreat in Speyside offering luxury bed and breakfast and fully catered and serviced accommodation. Cardhu Country House is at the very heart of the Whisky Trail where more than half of Scotlands malt whisky distilleries are to be found. The house is situated only a mile from the River Spey.famous for its fine salmon fishing.and from the Speyside Way.a long distance walking and cycling route which links the Cairngorms to the Moray Coast.
BEN RINNES SUITE.Spacious Super Kingsize Suite (24m2) with SuperKingsize Bed W163cms(5ft.4ins.) L205cms.(6ft.8ins.).another King Size Twin beds or single bed is available.En-suite bathroom facilities.large built-in wardrobe.chest of drawers.dressing table.2 armchairs.glass table.2 side chairs.table with tea/coffee amenities & TV. Centrally heated. Superb view towards the mountains.Two extra folding beds.each with a pocket sprung mattress.can be provided within the room.for a family or group wishing to share.
Castleview is a Visit Scotland 4 Star Gold Awarded Bed & Breakfast the only one to achieve this award in the heart of the Whisky and Castle trails of Scotland.We are situated close to some of the World Famous Whisky Distilleries the likes of Glenfiddich.Balvenie.Aberlour MacAllan.Glenlivet etc.At Castleview you can expect a warm and friendly welcome.from your hosts Ian & Betty Sharp whether it be for 1 2 or 3 nights.in fact we pride ourselves on the relaxed homely atmosphere at Castleview.
Glentorets is a modern detached house with uninterrupted views from the rear over the river Conglass and beyond. We have two guest rooms available.a double room that can sleep 1-2 adults (1 double bed ).and a twin room (2 single beds) that can sleep 1 -2 people..Situated in the highest village in the Highlands of Scotland.at around 1170ft (356 m).Tomintoul.the north east gateway to the Cairngorm National Park.is a perfect base from which to capture the beauty of the Scottish Highlands.