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Arrived here with husband and small dog for a snack and we were made very welcome by the two young.men behind the counter. I had a sausage roll and husband a tasty sandwich and the guy brought biscuits and water for our dog.
We often stop at Glenshee for a coffee or snack en route elsewhere, and it is normally quite a busy stopping point all year round. No frills of course, as it is geared to skiers, but usually good enough.
On this visit, not...More
Fantastic service at tea at the shee. Young gentleman working in the cafe was extremely helpful and brought a bowl of water out straight away for our dog.
So nice to be able to go somewhere dog friendly, and with 5 star service.
Stopped here for a few hours to see the views of the mountains. Well worth the trip up on the cable car was a bit of fun (if a little expensive), but the views from the top are incredible.
Not far from Braemar and could...More
Fantastic visit including a trip up to the Cairnwell summit on the chairlift and then down by all terrain vehicle due to bad weather, followed by a visit to the cafe. Special thanks to Keith for being proactive in providing us with advice on the...More
Stopped at the Cafe for Cake & Tea. The Cake was a little dry but tasty & tea fine, but the highlight was the Chair lift £10 (£8 concession) up & down & what an experience for a pair of old ‘uns! They slow the...More
Went for snow, only found a small patch, enough for the fun with my daugther.
Got to rest at the Tea @ The Shee lodge and found a most pleasant and funny host.
The lads working there are exquisit, the lady in the kitchen prepare...More
A good place to stop and enjoy decent cooked food or a lovely chocolate orange scone (lots of other amazing cakes and goodies available!!) Views are magnificent, as you’d expect and the lads who work there are the friendliest and funniest hosts - lead by...More
Response from Exploress1 | Reviewed this property |
I was there February this year and it was ideal condition for skiing and the road was ploughed. Generally, watch out for snow gate closures and you should be fine. You can go on braemarscotland website to see the snow gate... More
I was there February this year and it was ideal condition for skiing and the road was ploughed. Generally, watch out for snow gate closures and you should be fine. You can go on braemarscotland website to see the snow gate cam or follow Glenshee Ski Centre's Facebook page for updates. So if you're planning a trip on a Saturday, pay attention to their posts on Friday...and of course post your question here closer to date.