Hotel Accommodation in Grantown-on-Spey
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Situated in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, and the Scottish Highlands, with sensational views of Strathspey- The River Spey; The Cromdale Hills; Nethy Bridge; Abernethy Forest and Cairngorm Mountains - including 8 of the Munros tops. We look down over the Strathspey Steam Railway line, and the confluence of the Rivers Dulnain and Spey.
The Garth Hotel, standing on the north end of the village square, in the heart of Grantown-on-Spey, was built in the 1850??s and began its life as an Inn. Over the years the hotel has prospered, becoming the Premier Independent Hotel in Grantown-on-Spey. This Scottish hotel, near Aviemore, has recently been refurbished to encompass the perfect blend of elegant Victorian design and originality and all
In the fine country town of Grantown on Spey, not far from the famous Spey River, lies the handsome stone built Grant Arms Hotel, which has been continually upgraded to offer modern comforts whilst retaining a traditional character. The hotel has been welcoming guests for many a year. In fact, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert stayed here in 1860. The Grant Arms is a 56 en-suite bedroom family run coaching
The Haugh Hotel stands 3 miles from Grantown on the A95 Aviemore - Elgin road (17 miles form Aviemore). The Hotel is situated in the Speyside way on the famous Whisky Trail. The Victorian Railway runs close by. The friendly, welcoming bar has darts, a jukebox, pool table and a large selection of drinks.
Quietly situated, yet close to Grantown's many amenities, the Seafield Lodge is one of Speyside's leading sporting hotels, catering for fishing, shooting and golfing enthusiasts, offering golf breaks and fishing breaks, 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 Whisky Trail.
This magnificent former country house and shooting lodge retaining many original features, set in 2.5 acres of mature wooded grounds, makes the perfect Highland holiday retreat. Nature flows from the nearby hills and woods to our doorstep and includes our own resident family of the endangered red squirrel. There are views of the Cairngorm Mountains and Cromdale Hills from the front of the hotel, where
Superbly situated in the Highlands of Scotland, Tulchan Estate provides the perfect setting for sport and leisure. Spanning 25,000 acres, the estate offers the region's foremost shooting and stalking grounds and Europe's finest fishing. Running through the Tulchan Estate is the spectacular River Spey.Tulchan water is renowned as one of the best stretches of fly water in Europe. Right at the heart of