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Hotel was reasonabley clean if I wasn’t so tired I would have said something about the bed linen as I did not think it had been changed there was creases in the bottom sheet on one side of the bed and not the other. The bar staff were helpfull but made some errors with my meal I think the problem ...
This is a nice Hotel close to the mountains and the village of Aviemore. There is plenty to do if you cannot ski and the Woodshed is a warming environment to share a drink with like minded people. The bar is also a lot cheaper than the Hotel !
We were unfortunate to visit this hotel when things went wrong due to a car accident outside the hotel which caused problems with the electrical supply and the WiFi , another minor factor was carpets were being layed outside our rooms which ment that we were walking on plywood instead of carpet. ...
Nice clean, and fairly modern hotel. Easy to find from the airport, and a simple easy drive down in to Inverness centre itself.Plenty of free parking. Well positioned for main roads to Aviemore for skiing, and good for heading on to tour Lochness. Breakfast was excellent! Lovely choice from full ...
Went on the guided tour walk of cairngorm mountain would recommend this trip We ate out in Cairngorm hotel and Old Bridge in would recommend both for food and drink.
Make your way to the famed Scottish Highlands to discover the magical landscape and history of one of the UK's most unique cultural regions. Whether you’re a history buff who enjoys strolling the hallways of medieval castles and historic architecture, or are looking to cycle and trek through the Scottish Munros, you’ll soon discover that the activities and sites of the Highlands are some of the world’s most fun.
Strike a path to the Highland’s largest city, Inverness, where you can visit the famous pink castle of Inverness that overlooks the city, then stroll alongside the banks of the iconic Loch Ness and try to catch a peek of its mythical monster. If you’re after some relaxation then make your way east towards the Moray Firth, where you can unwind on one of the region’s most stunning stretches of sand, Nairn Beach.
While the coastal waters of the Highlands might only be swam by a brave few, a stay at a highland hotel with a pool can help to give you that extra holiday feel you’re after. To plan and book your Highland holiday, be sure to try the easy to use Expedia search tool.