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Carrbridge Hotel
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The Carrbridge Hotel is situated in an18th Century village deep in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.This family owned and managed Hotel is set in breathtaking scenery on the banks of the River Dulnain, with spectacular views of the Cairngorm Mountain Range.The famous pack-horse bridge, reputed to be one of the oldest bridges of its kind in Scotland, dating back to 1717, is situated directly opposite the Hotel. Originally established as an Inn for weary travellers in 1803, the Hotel has been sympathetically extended and refurbished over the years.There is a relaxed atmosphere and informality which can be enjoyed in the newly refurbished ‘Auld Bridge à la Carte Restaurant’.The Highland Suite provides regular nightly entertainment with Scottish evenings normally twice each week.The ‘Lairds Bar’ is a soft seated area with open log fire and serves hot and cold beverages,light patisseries, snacks and lunch.The hotel offers choice, value and service all at affordable prices. All of the bedrooms within the hotel are en-suite and have colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, toiletries and room service.

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