Set on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, our village features striking Georgian and Victorian architecture, and breathtaking scenery.
Activity - The Cairngorms These majestic mountains can be viewed from the hotel and they provide a stunning backdrop to Grantown-on-Spey throughout the seasons. The Cairngorm National Park stretches south from Grantown-on-Spey through Highland Perthshire to Blair Atholl and esasdt through the Angus Glens to Ballater in Royal Deeside.The scenery throughout is quite breathtaking with mountains, glens, tranquil towns and unique villages in abundance.
Whisky - The Whisky Trail Grantown is at the southern end of the Malt Whisky Trail. Follow the A95 out of the town and head north into whisky country. Along this route you will pass a number of distilleries including Glenlivet, Cardhu and Glenfiddich amongst others. Drop in to one of the many whisky distilleries for a tour and a sample of Scotland's national drink.
Attraction - Strathspey Steam Railway Enjoy a nostalgic day out in the Speyside highlands on a steam train joureny from Aviemore to Boat of Garten and on to Broomhill using the original line of the Aviemore-Grantown- Forres line which ceased in the 1960's.
Attraction - Highland Wildlife Park Located at Kincraig, near Kingussie, the Highland Wildlife Park showcases Scottish wildlife and a varied selection of the world's tundra and mountain dwelling animals. Among the animals on show are polar bears, bison, wolves and red panda.
Please feel free to contact us on 01479 872 597 for any Speyside tourist information you need - we will always do our utmost to help