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Arden House
Kingussie
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Arden House is situated in Kingussie and is surrounded by the Cairngorm and Monadhliath mountains.
Built in 1870 Arden House is a lovely example of a Scottish Victorian Villa, which retains many period features. Set is its own grounds the house offers a large private car park and garden which guests are welcome to use. All our bedrooms have en-suite facilities and are all decorated to a very high standard, for those cold winter nights we have a lovely open fire in our lounge for all to enjoy.
Built in 1870 Arden House is a lovely example of a Scottish Victorian Villa, which retains many of its period features. The room rate includes a selection of cerials, Yoghurts, and a full cooked scottish or continental breakfast. We can provide an evening meal if you wish by prior arrangement, if you require an evening meal on your day of arrival please call us the day before. As an alternative there are several places to eat in the village, and the surrounding areas. We will be happy to arrange a taxi for you if required.

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