Hotel Scot House Hotel Kingussie
At the very heart of the Scottish Highlands, amid the magnificent scenery of the Cairngorm mountains, lies a hidden gem - the Scot House Hotel and Restaurant in the delightfully unspoiled, picturesque village of Kingussie, capital of Badenoch and Strathspey. A charming, family run small hotel offering a very personal guest experience. Enjoy a very peaceful, relaxing atmosphere, warm and friendly personal attention, excellent food and comfortable accommodation to a high standard throughout. To truly add value to a guest?s experience, hotels in Kingussie and the Cairngorm National Park need to echo and complement the area?s sublime, stunning natural beauty and its authentic feeling of true Scottish Highland character. Our many visitors from all over the World who regularly enjoy short breaks, romantic breaks and holidays here in the Highlands of Scotland testify that we have certainly succeeded. The hotel lies within a 20 mile radius of 10 championship golf courses including Boat of Garten, Newtonmore, Nairn and Kingussie, has its own rail station and is only 40 minutes away from Inverness airport, 1 and 12 hours from Edinburgh and 2 hours from Glasgow by car. The Scot House Hotel is the perfect touring base from which to explore the whisky and castle trails, try flyfishing in the River Spey, snowboarding or skiing in the Cairngorm Mountains or simply enjoy the stunning scenery and rich wildlife. For the comfort of our guests and employees, the Scot House is a completely NON-SMOKING facility
Hotel Columba House Kingussie
In an area of outstanding natural beauty,nestling in large grounds.Free entry to a local Leisure and Health Club. Indoor swimming pool sauna steam room whirlpool spa air-conditioned gymnasium hairdressing. Sunbed health and beauty salon. Wireless internet access throughout most of the Hotel. Fine dining in the Garden Restaurant in secluded, landscaped walled garden with patio ideal for summertime dining or evening drink, also cosy lounge bar and lounge.Golf, fishing, shooting, mountaineering, gliding, mountain biking, estate tours, guided walks, Wildlife Park with tigers,wolves,sandy beaches, water sports, ski-ing, hillwalking, RSPB bird watching, distilleries, castles, Steam Railway, Landmark visitor centre, etc. In the area known as Glen Bogle in BBC Monarch of the Glen
Hotel The Silverfjord Kingussie
Location. This Kingussie hotel is close to Highland Folk Museum. Features.The property has a restaurant and a bar/lounge. The property offers wireless Internet access. This is a smoke free property. Guestrooms. Guestrooms have televisions. Bathrooms offer hair dryers. Additional amenities include desks and irons/ironing boards. In addition, amenities available on request include hypo allergenic bedding.
Hotel Duke Of Gordon Kingussie
The Duke Of Gordon Hotel, is one of the Premier privately owned hotels situated in the Heart of the Scottish Highlands in the village of Kingussie. The hotel looks out across the Spey Valley and the Cairngorm National Park to Ruthven Barracks, the site of an earlier stone castle, constructed in the 1300s by the ancestors of the 1st Duke of Gordon.The Duke of Gordon is one of the very few Highland hotels that can offer all the facilities and home comforts of a modern hotel combined with the traditional character and heritage of an old Scottish coaching inn. The hotel has 63 en-suite bedrooms, direct dial telephone, colour TV and teacoffee making facilities.With origins in the eighteenth century the hotel was originally built as a stop-over for passengers travelling by stagecoach along the old A9 to Inverness and the North of Scotland. The facilities and atmosphere now experienced in the hotel, combined with the hospitality of our staff make the Duke Of Gordon the ideal place to stay when visiting the Highlands.The Duke Of Gordons truly traditional Scottish atmosphere proved to be an ideal filming location for the popular TV series MONARCH OF THE GLEN with a number of our guests appearing as extras.The experience of dining in the elegance and splendour of our impressive Balmoral Restaurant with its heavily corniced ceilings and Peddie murals depicting Scottish Highland history and local scenes of great natural beauty is one not easily forgottenOur menus are carefully selected and prepared to provide the best traditional Scottish fayre. These, combined with our very personal service, make dining at the Duke truly a Jewel in the Highland Crown.On several evenings guests are piped into dinner by a piper in full Highland dress. Entertainment takes place most evenings in the Ruthven Ballroom in the form of Ceilidhs, folk nights and dancing.The Duke of Gordon and the Spey Valley have enchanted Royalty through the ages dating back to the visit of Queen Victoria and her devoted Consort on 8th October 1861. Come and see why Her Majesty was so inspired that she made specific reference to her visit to the Duke in her personal diaries.
Hotel Greystones B&B Kingussie
Kingussie (Gaelic for 'The Head of the Pinewood') is the capital of Badenoch. Kingussie is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and all those who enjoy wide open space, dramatic and unspolied scenery, fresh air and a touch of Highland magic.With the Cairngorm and Monadhliath mountains on its doorstep, you can't help but enjoy the home comforts of Greystones. You will have a peaceful night in your single, double or family room, followed by days spent at your own pace. Have a delicious meal in one of the local restaurants and later relax by the open fire in your private sitting room. You are secluded, yet within minutes of a huge variety of sights and places to see. This is the heart of the Cairngorm National Park in the Scottish Highlands - a landscape that is amazing at any time of year. No wonder BBC 'Monarch of the Glen' was filmed here! We want you to enjoy yourself and can guarantee that you will. Treat yourself: book on line into Greystones B&B - homely, cosy and friendly. Room entry- from 5.00pm. Room exit- last 10.30am. For other arrangements please advise us.