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Carrbridge Hotel

3 Self rated

Main Street, ,, Carrbridge, PH23 3AB

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About the hotel

Originally established as an inn for weary travellers in 1803, the hotel has been sympathetically extended and refurbished over the years. The famous pack-horse bridge, reputed to be one of the oldest bridges of its kind in Scotland, dating back to 1717, is situated directly opposite the hotel. The Carrbridge Hotel, set in the magnificent Spey Valley, is ideally situated, due to its central geographical location, for exploring the Highlands.

Strathspey and Badenoch provide a wealth of facilities and attractions throughout the year for the whole family. Golfing, loch or river fishing, horse riding, hill walking, mountain biking, canoeing and wind surfing are just some of the vast range of activities available close by. Aviemore Mountain Resort, at the foot of the Cairngorms, is one of Scotland's leading ski resorts and is only a 20 minutes drive. Visitor attractions include Landmark Forest Park, which is only a five minute walk from the hotel, Speyside Heather, Rothiemurchus Highland Estate, Waltzing Waters, Highland Wildlife Park, Strathspey Steam Railway also the Castle and Malt Whisky Trail. Within a two hour drive, North, East or West you can find a diversity of culture - Duff House Country House Gallery, Macduff Aquarium, The Moray Firth Coast, Isle of Skye and The Western Isles, Loch Ness, The Grampian Highlands and Royal Deeside, Balmoral Castle and Crathie Church are to mention but a few.

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Showing Wednesday 28 September 2016 to Thursday 29 September 2016

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24 Hour Reception , Wedding Licence , Limited Hours Room Service , Wake Up Call Available , Porter , Lift to all floors
Car parking available onsite
Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
Restaurant , Bar

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From 15:30 hours
Until 10:30 hours
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Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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Very Good

All reviews (6)

83% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Sarah R

  • September 2016

Run down hotel in the middle of the Highlands - needing major work to improve!

We booked two 'superior' rooms but there was nothing 'superior' about either room.

The hotel may have been originally built in 1803 but we guessed that it would have been re-furbished in the 1950s / 1960's with very little money spent on it since. We could hardly eat any breakfast because the food was mass produced and cheap. We were impressed with so many 'thank you' cards in the bar area, but on closer examination some of these dated back to 1999. Terrible value at £158 for two rooms!

  • Lorraine Handley

  • August 2016

Well needed break

We arrived at the hotel having booked the room through late rooms, not knowing what to expect after reading some negative reviews of the hotel,we were greeted at reception with a warm very friendly greeting,our room was very clean and had everything in it we needed for our stay, the food at the hotel was relly good very good sized meals,excellant choice.

Staff very friendly and helpfu, we had wonderful stay.

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