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The Glen Lui Hotel
14 Invercauld Road
Ballater
Grampian

AB35 5PP | View map
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Ideally located for peace and quiet, yet only five minutes walk into the village, The Glen Lui is set in a secluded location within two acres of woodlands on Royal Deeside. The hotel is within the boundaries of Cairngorms National Park and enjoys stunning views over the golf course to Lochnagar.

The location is ideal for walking, golf, skiing during winter and fly fishing on the River Dee. We are also on the Malt Whisky and Castle Trail and Balmoral Castle is only 8 miles away.

The hotel has a spacious restaurant, where a great deal of imagination goes into the preparation of the restaurant menus and the food is first class, using fresh local produce, with a suitably supportive wine list. We also have a welcoming bar and good range of Malts.

Ample car parking. Quiet and peaceful location. Dogs welcome in our Pine Terrace rooms.

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