B and Bs in Ballindalloch
Built in 1891 Argyle House is steeped in history, first known as the Argyle Temperance Hotel. It has evolved to a cosy bed and breakfast retreat in this charming village which is centrally located in the Cairngorm National park. Although the building is old it offers modern conveniences with central heating and double glazing. Argyle Guest House provides the perfect base whatever your Activity - Whether you are just taking in the sites or doing something more strenuous Tomintoul has something for everyone. In the heart of the Whisky trail we are close to many world famous distilleries withThe Glenlivet and Glenfiddich close bye. Tomintoul is now also proudly the home of the worlds largest bottle of whiskey at a huge 105 liters , next door to us is the Whisky castle which has over 500 single malts so something to suit everyone's taste. For the two wheeled enthusiasts we are a regular stop on the Coast to Coast MTB cycle route as well as Lands End, John O' Groats for the road cyclists. Those who wish to take things a little easier could do a days riding on one of the Glenlivet Estate's many cycle trails which cater for all levels. For the thrill seekers the Lecht Ski Centre offers two downhill MTB tracks as well as fantastic skiing in the winter months Discovering the the local area on two legs puts to in the heart of the Cairngorm's National Park with all it has to offer. The Glenlivet Estate also offers wonderful walks all around the village. Argyle House also provides a regular stop for those walking the Tomintoul Spur of the Speyside Way. You can also explore on four legs with Rosie at Highland Hooves pony trekking centre. If none of the above is for you then spending a day's fly fishing on the River A'an or the Spey for salmon could be your thing. If all things wild are more up your street then a guided landrover tour with David will get you close to all the wee and not so wee beasties lurking about.
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