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Glendavan House
Glendavan House


AB34 5LU

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Set in the heart of Royal Deeside, Glendavan House was built as a shooting lodge in 1886. The house stands in its own extensive grounds - seven acres of natural pine woodland overlooking Loch Davan - within the newly created Cairngorms National Park. The grounds are home to varied Highland wildlife including regularly sighted red squirrels and roe deer. The loch is a protected bird sanctuary - in the autumn, thousands of greylag geese settle on their journey south, sharing territory with whooper swans, mallard ducks, moorhens and a family of otters. Glendavan House is open all year and offers 3 individually styled suites and rooms. The accommodation has been tailored to offer all of our guests a little bit of luxury in very comfortable and welcoming surroundings. Each suite and room has Digital Television and DVD player, CD Player, radio and WI-fi Internet access. Guests are invited to make themselves at home and to make full use of the reception room with satellite TV, books, magazines, CDs and DVDs. A pantry is also available for our guests to prepare tea and coffee and to help themselves to a drink from the honesty bar. Tea and coffee making facilities can, of course, be provided in the rooms on request. A Scottish Breakfast should be the highlight of any visit to this area. We are delighted to offer a menu for breakfast using local produce from the best suppliers. A hearty full cooked breakfast served in the dining room is included in all rates. We would be delighted, however, to serve a tray of fresh coffee, croissants, home-made bread and pastries to your suite at a time to suit. Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Regrettably, we cannot accept pets. Check-In time: 1700 and Check-Out time: 1100.

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