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Mountview Hotel
Grantown Road
Nethybridge
Highlands

PH25 3EB | View map
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From the moment you stand at the front door of The Mountview Hotel to admire the peak of Cairngorm, you are in the perfect place to enjoy the Scottish Highlands. Located in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, the Mountview enjoys glorious views of three mountain ranges. The Forest of Abernethy frames the landscape, and this comfortable Country House Hotel is a wonderful place to relax.

Guests enjoy comfortable en-suite accommodation. Public rooms include a welcoming lounge with log fire; a private reading room, dining room and a well-stocked restaurant bar with glorious mountain views. All public rooms are non-smoking.

The Mountview's award-winning kitchen team is headed by Lee Beale, our highly skilled chef. Lee's high standards earned The Restaurant at The Mountview a coveted AA Rosette - one of only a handful of restaurants in this area with this distinction. Our restaurant offers great a la carte dining featuring the finest, freshest ingredients cooked to perfection. We specialise in modern Scottish dishes using the best elements of traditional food served in a fresh interesting way.

Enjoy relaxed and informal dining against a magnificent mountain backdrop, and our friendly staff will ensure you have a visit to remember.

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