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Ardlogie Guest House
Dalfaber Road
Aviemore
Highlands

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Ardlogie guest house is a friendly, relaxed establishment quietly located beside the River Spey with outstanding views to the Cairngorm mountains. Only 2 minutes walk to Aviemore centre and a traditional Old Inn. All rooms have en-suite facilities, TV, tea and coffee. Free corporate passes to the local golf and country club available to our guests. These provide for free swim/jacuzzi, steam/sauna, gym, golf and fishing on the Spey during your stay at Ardlogie. Superb selection of breakfasts over and above our traditional cooked breakfast including "Scottish smoked salmon and scrambled egg" ; "hot croissants with Macallan Whisky marmalade" and "Breakfast Cranachan" .Please note that we are now able to accept payments by card, (credit or debit, but NOT Amex), as well as cash. We regret that we are no longer able to accept cheques for payment.

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