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Craigellachie Guest House





Description:

Craigellachie Guest House is situated in the beautiful village of Carr-Bridge, set in the stunning Cairngorm National Park, in the Highlands of Scotland. Carr-Bridge is close to Aviemore and Grantown on Spey. We are in the perfect location for those who wish to explore the area for there is so much to see and do from fishing in the River Spey, bird watching, cycling, pony trekking, hill walking, steam train rides, walking with reindeer, skiing-downhill and cross-country and much, much more. Relax and take in the extraordinary scenery, enjoy the friendliness of the people and savour the wonderful culinary delights of the region. There is something for everyone. Craigellachie Guest House is a traditional Scottish house, where you will be made very welcome and we endeavour to add to the enjoyment of your holiday.

There is a guests' lounge where you are welcome to enjoy some leisurely time, or plan your next activity. The dining room is bright and cheerful where our guests enjoy a choice for breakfasts; we try to accommodate every taste and appetite. The rooms all have free wi-fi, a hair dryer and complimentary hospitality trays. A drying room and a lock up facility is available on request. Free parking is available on the property.



Location:

Craigellachie Guest House is on the Main Street in Carrbridge which is five minutes off the A9, the main artery through Scotland's Highlands. The Carrbridge train station is on the Edinburgh - Inverness route. Easy access from Edinburgh and Glasgow to the South and from Inverness to the North.

Carrbridge is ten minutes from Aviemore, the Cairngorm and Monadhliath mountains. Bus routes provide easy access to Inverness and Aviemore and to other villages close by and other cities in Scotland.

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