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B and Bs in Aviemore

Old Ministers House
Rothiemurchus
Aviemore
Highlands

PH22 1QH | View map
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Sorry. You won’t find an ageing reverend snoozing by the fireside!

What you will find is comfortable, relaxing and friendly accommodation in the heart of Cairngorm National Park – the perfect location to enjoy the mountains, glens, lochs and rivers you’ll see from the window of your spacious, well-appointed room.
We pride ourselves on being informal . . . with discreet attention.
We like our guests to feel at home . . . with comforting privacy.
And our local knowledge is unrivalled.

Our four luxurious bedrooms - choose from double or twin – are everything you would expect of five star accommodation. But there are days when we reckon the views to Cairngorm are worth a sixth accolade.
All our rooms are en-suite with bath, shower facilities and hairdryer.
Colour TV and tea making facilities are at your fingertips.
Or you can relax in our well-appointed sitting room to enjoy books, magazines or music. Breakfast is served in our splendid dining room.
We apologise in advance for any distraction from the squirrels, birds and occasional otter that also enjoy our setting beside the River Druie - a tumbling tributary of the mighty River Spey.

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Nearest Train Station: Aviemore
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Ratings/Awards: STB 4 Star GH
AA 5 Star GH.
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4

Price per Person

Double: £35 - £40
Twin: £35 - £40
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