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Ossians Hotel Inn, Kincraig, Highlands

Ossians Hotel Inn
The Brae
Kincraig
Highlands

PH21 1DQ | View map
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Ossian Lodges is an old-fashioned, simple and basic property, set within the Cairngorms National Park. Situated in the scenic Highland village of Kincraig, it is where the River Spey flows through Loch Inch. Ossian Lodges also enjoys glorious views of the Cairngorm Mountains and the wide Spey Valley. Free parking and WiFi is also available. Run by an award-winning publisher and UK snowboard pioneer, Ossian Lodges is a private residence and is situated in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, close to Aviemore. The rooms feature an en-suite shower, TV/ DVD player and a DVD library to choose from. Tea/coffee making facilities are also available. The nearest local bar can be reached in a 2-minute walk and the closest restaurant is less than a mile away. Guests receive a discounted breakfast at the nearby Loch Insh Restaurant. Alternatively guests can also bring their own cold breakfast supplies to eat in the guest lounge/dinner room, where you will find a fridge, toaster and other facilities. Ossian Lodges is ideal for activity breaks and for exploring the wildlife, snow sports, walking, climbing, mountain biking, and fishing. Loch Insh Water Sports Centre is just 1 miles away.

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