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The Silverfjord
Ruthven Road

PH21 1ES
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The Silverfjord Hotel sits in the heart of the Highlands of Scotland just 10 miles south of Aviemore in the picturesque Royal Burgh of Kingussie. We are open all year round enabling you to take advantage of the huge variety of activities from golfing and fishing in the summer to mountain biking and skiing in the winter. The Silverfjord embraces the renowned traditional hospitality that is associated with the Highlands of Scotland. With an inviting atmosphere and warm welcome this family owned hotel is the place to stay for the best all round Highland experience.

The Silverfjord is the ideal base for those perfect sporting breaks, or if you prefer, enjoy a romantic getaway in the heart of the Highlands, but don't forget to leave the comfort of the room and explore those beautiful surroundings! Whatever the size of your group the 'zip & link beds' allow us to accomodate groups of up to 14, meaning the only decision you will have to make is what to have for breakfast!

Our kitchen and dining room lend themselves to a satisfying eating experience in a warm, cosy atmosphere. We opt to source our food locally as much as possible, giving you a menu created from the area you have chosen to visit. Whether it's an enjoyable bar meal with a pint or a more relaxed meal in our restaurant, you'll be sure to be leaving with a hearty smile.


Price per Person

Double: From 35
Twin: From 35
Single: From 42
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