Travelled with shearings.. More snow this week than i have ever seen. Minus 22 on coldest night but lovely and warm in hotel. Coach trip made enjoyable by our driver WEE BOB. Food in the hotel was very nice. Ample for me and i have a good appetite. Hotel is a little dated but this is in keeping with the old building. Definately recomend and we will return. Braemar village is small but quaint, tea rooms, gift shops, good pub. If you like scenic walks this place is great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The impressive baronial style of The Invercauld Arms is set against the stunning backdrop of the Grampian Mountains. The Castle view Restaurant with its impressive windows and wood paneling adds to the character of the hotel and makes for an informal dining experience with us. The Rebel Lounge comes alive most evenings with our talented entertainers offering a relaxed style of entertainment for you to enjoy. In the winter months there is a traditional coal and log fire burning in the front lounge providing a warm welcome for weary travelers. The intimate atmosphere of our Slante Bar provides a very cosy and relaxed setting for unwinding at the end of the day. The Invercauld Arms is ideal for those looking to partake in outdoor activities, explore the Highlands or just relax and enjoy the unrivaled world famous Scottish hospitality. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Invercauld Arms Hotel Braemar, Scotland