Braemar Castle
Braemar Castle

Home to the most celebrated of the Highland gatherings thanks to its regular royal patronage, Braemar with the Grampian Mountains northwards has its own fine castle and the ruins of another on the banks of Loch Clunie... Read More

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Hotels in Braemar - 3 places to stay

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Moorfield House Hotel

Moorfield House Hotel
Recently refurbished to a high standard the hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome, comfortable accommodation, a first –class dining experience and is the ideal base for outdoor activities all year round. There is ... More | visit website
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Invercauld Arms

Invercauld Arms
The Invercauld Arms Hotel is an important 'landmark' on the edge of the delightful Highland village of Braemar, world famous for the Highland Games and the strong connections with Royal Deeside. This charming hotel offers ... More | visit website

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Hilton Craigendarroch (13.41 miles)

Hilton Craigendarroch

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This hotel is surrounded by beautiful countryside on a private estate in the Scottish Highlands. The hotel has 45 bedrooms and conference facilities for parties of up to 120. The fine ... More

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The Glen Lui Hotel (13.54 miles)

The Glen Lui Hotel

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Ideally located for peace and quiet, yet only five minutes walk into the village, The Glen Lui is set in a secluded ... More | visit website

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The Spittal of Glenshee Hotel (13.57 miles)

The Spittal of Glenshee Hotel

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The Spittal of Glenshee is the site of one of the oldest inns in the U.K. It is known that the site has been in continuous use since 961AD and ... More

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Auld Kirk Hotel (13.63 miles)

Auld Kirk Hotel

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This fine former church has been tastefully converted, enabling retention of the original features.
The Auld Kirk Hotel is the place where you can really relax and recharge your batteries. Situated in the ... More

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The Deeside Inn (13.84 miles)

The Deeside Inn
The Deeside Inn sits in the centre of the picturesque Royal Deeside village of Ballater, at the heart of the Grampian Highlands.
Our work at The Deeside Inn has included alterations to the layout of the ... More | visit website
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Pannanich Wells (15.49 miles)

Pannanich Wells

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Historic 18th Century inn with springs. Internally Pannanich changes into a comfortable well appointed hotel. Built circa 1760 as a hotel to provide accommodation for guests wishing to 'take the ... More

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Argyle Guest House (16.88 miles)

Argyle Guest House

Argyle House is a cosy Guest House retreat in Tomintoul village, which is centrally located in the Cairngorm National park. This is an ideal location for fishermen, walkers, cyclists, bikers, whisky enthusiasts, with local distilleries ... More | visit website

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Argyle Guest House (16.88 miles)

Argyle Guest House
Built in 1891 Argyle House is steeped in history, first known as the Argyle Temperance Hotel. It has evolved to a cosy bed and breakfast retreat in this charming village which is centrally located in ... More | visit website
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Gordon Hotel (16.93 miles)

Gordon Hotel

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A warm and friendly hotel in Tomintoul - the highest village in the Highlands! Enjoy a wee dram at the hotel's ... More

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Auld Cummerton (18.48 miles)

Auld Cummerton
Auld Cummerton is off the beaten track and nestles in the upper reaches of Upper Donside in the Cairngorms National Park.

Originally built in 1760, Carole and Bruce have restored the ruin to a very high standard with ... More | visit website

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