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Dell Druie Guest House
Rothiemurchus,
Inverdruie

Aviemore
Highlands

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Dell Druie Guest House provides a warm welcome and luxurious accommodation in the Cairngorms National Park. Located amongst spectacular scenery of the Cairngorm Mountains less than a mile from Aviemore. Enjoy the very best of Scotland here at this delightful guest house in the spectacular scenery of the Cairngorm Mountains less than a mile from Aviemore and three minutes' walk from the Rothiemurchus Visitor Centre. A highland garden surrounds the house and gives direct access to a beautiful riverside picnic area, an ideal setting for watching the local Scottish wildlife or for a paddle in the cool mountain waters of the River Druie.Dell Druie is close to the many and varied activities and events offered in the Highlands including walking, water sports, snow sports, mountain biking, golf, fishing, steam trains, trips to the top of Cairngorm on the Funicular Railway. There's shopping at the new Aviemore Centre which offers luxury items and famous Scottish brands or take off on the Whisky Trail and become a connoisseur of the Spey Valley Malt Whiskies. Whatever your taste, Dell Druie Guest House will offer you a memorable, convenient and comfortable base for your stay in the Highlands of Scotland.PLEASE NOTE: Check In is from 15:00 to 23:00 & Check Out is by 11:00. We are a no smoking accommodation. Regrettably we cannot accept pets.

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