We have just returned spending christmas in the Fife Arms Hotel, Braemar. The hotel is a very big building with a welcoming reception area. We found the lighting in the whole hotel to be very dull, especially so in our room which was to the back of the building and was dark even with all three lights on. Decor needs to be updated, again our room had paper borders hanging off, parts of the carpet were threadbare and the floor boards showing through, the toilet bowl had a dark brown rusty mark down the back where there had obviously been a drip for a long time, it was clean apart from this mark, the sink & shower were clean as was the bed linen & furniture. We found the staff to be friendly and quite helpful. The food was excellent in quality and quantity, however the service between courses was a bit slow.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the Fife Arms, In the stunning village of Braemar, now under new management of Steven Turton with over 20 years experience in the trade. The fife Arms is owned by Harts Hotels group, orginally called "Hunters Fife Arms", and built by the Duke of Fife, in the 19th century. The hotel is on the door step to Balmoral Castle, just 9 miles down the road!, glen shee, ski centre is also near by for those who love the winter sports. WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fife Arms Hotel Braemar, Scotland