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Nice hotel although not particularly accessible to those who can’t walk very well. You either have lots of steps to walk up or have a long walk To get to the lift - in our case longer walk to the lift than going by the steps. The Highland Hotel has one lift that is not in the main building so you ...
A very welcoming room located in an easy to find hotel. The breakfast was lovely and the staff very friendly. I was surprised the room wasn't serviced during our two night stay, although we were not inconvenienced by this. Plenty of good food and shops nearby.
When we arrived the receptionist was nice and friendly. We also got told we got our room upgraded which was a nice surprise - room was comfy and reasonable sized with decent bathroom. There is a fully cooked breakfast every morning which was very handy as it meant we didn’t have to think about where ...
Loved all about the hotel and area. We live in big cities and this is what the doctor ordered. Great rest, quiet hotel, pastoral setting, who could ask for more. If you want new and modern, don't come here. If you revere the past and those who were of a different era, come on in. We stayed three ...
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.
Stayed inbetween Xmas and new year. The hotel is lovely though we were given a room next to the lift that was to noisey. We asked to be moved which was no problem at all for the reception staff. Our 2nd room though lovely did have a hole in the wall and the shower room needed a freshen up. The bed ...
With a landscape more dramatic than a teenage girl’s diary, featuring a certain Ben Nevis, it’s no wonder that the Scottish Highlands is every British skier’s go to. Find a top selection of ski hotels with the Expedia search tool and get ready to shred some snow.
Glenshee is a huge centre, offering varied terrains for different levels of skiers and snow boarders. Its Glas Maol run is often said to be the best piste in Scotland!
Cairngorm Mountain Resort boasts guaranteed snow, that tends to lasts longer than other resorts around the country. A mountain railway takes visitors up piste and beers can be enjoyed at the Old Bridge Inn after skiing back down.
Families might prefer the Lecht Ski Centre, a quieter resort with great runs for kids and beginners. It is also part of the beautiful Cairngorms National Park, so you will be treated with extraordinary views while you learn the ropes.
Head to Nevis Range Mountain Resort for a real challenge, with an exciting back country terrain. The resort also offers back corrie workshops and freeride clinics. Stop off at the Pine Martin Cafe for a slice of cake afterwards, by the time you're done skiing, you'll deserve one.