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Craiglea Bed & Breakfast provides accommodations in Braemar. Among the various facilities are a garden and ski storage space. The guest house also features free WiFi and free private parking. The friendliness & helpfulness of our hosts was absolutely brilliant!
Set in Braemar, 17 mi from Ballater, Cranford Guest House offers a shared lounge and free WiFi. A lovely b&b in Braemar. Ideal location for walking into the village, good facilities and very clean. There were many options for breakfast and the porridge was the best I have ever have! Also love that it’s dog friendly.
Howe of Torbeg provides glamping accommodations near Ballater, within the Cairngorms National Park. Guests can use the property's Kadai fire bowls for BBQs and evenings around the fire. Everything! Beautiful surroundings, nice pods, friendly owners and good facilities. Overall a very good experience.
In the Cairngorms National Park, this luxurious country house is 8 miles from Balmoral Castle and has a swimming pool, a beauty spa, gym and tennis court. The pool area was very nice and clean. Breakfast very tasty and the suite room perfect and large.
Featuring garden views, 1 Darroch Court offers accommodations with a garden and a patio, around 8.1 mi from Balmoral Castle. Very nice and clean house, beautiful surroundings. We had pleasant stay, would recommend without hesitation. Certainly we will be coming back.
Braemar is in Royal Deeside. It is a small, picturesque village loved by walkers and tourists alike. Rightly proud of its history and royal connections.. it has lots to offer. It is the gateway to the Cairngorms, quaint local gift shops and lovely restaurants and bars. You can choose then to take the scenic route over the hills to Perth via Glenshee ( take a tour of the local gin distillery at Persie ) or take the coast road via Ballater, Aboyne and Banchory to the city of Aberdeen. We certainly enjoyed our visit and plan to return next year.
Clean, friendly with plenty of eateries and pubs. Best food and pub for me was Moorfield House Hotel. A little tucked away but worth the effort. Loads of walking from local strolls to mammoth Munro hikes. The countryside and wildlife is fantastic.
Hostel squirrels and cleanliness were great. Fife Arms is amazing to go to for food or drinks. I rode my horse in the Mar Estate which was fabulous. The Braemar Gallery is great and have a concert in house once a month. Everything in walking distance from the hostel Slight lack of atmosphere in the evening in the hostel
I’ve been here for 12/13 years for the Gathering and other trips too. The people who live and work in and around Braemar are the most welcoming of anywhere I’ve been. I’ve found many friends in these years,and that’s why I return so often. A real place to unwind!
I would say I enjoyed the peace and quiet in the evenings . Loved the gathering place bistro the service was great as well as the food could not fault it at all . We.visited Linn of Dee which is one of my favourite places and well worth a visit
The scenery is outstanding after driving the greatest road in scotland from blairgowrie. Braemar is small and quiet with a few cafes and restaurants some shops and a few hotels.the bothy cafe had nice cakes great selection of beer was very clean with cheery staff. I sat outside in the sun perched above the river.