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Welcome to Strathallan Bed and Breakfast

Address: Grant Road, Grantown-on-Spey, PH26 3LD

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In the Highland village of Grantown-on-Spey, Strathallan Bed and Breakfast lies in the northern region of the Cairngorms National Park. A 20-minute drive from Aviemore, this Victorian guest house offers free parking and Wi-Fi and home-cooked Scottish breakfasts. Elegant rooms include a king-size or four-poster bed, and all have a flat-screen TV, DVD player, fridge and tea and coffee facilities. All have an en suite shower room with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. The breakfast menu features local bacon and sausages and eggs from Strathallan Bed and Breakfast’s own hens. Traditional porridge and Scotch pancakes with fruit and syrup are also offered, along with cereals, yoghurt, juice, tea and coffee. There are also regular specials including bagels with scrambled eggs and Grantown-on-Spey smoked salmon. Strathallan can also provide a full packed lunch for guests exploring the area, at an additional charge. This includes fresh sandwiches, fruit and homemade cake, as well as a flask of warming soup, tea or coffee. This guest house is around 10 minutes’ walk from Grantown Golf Club and the town lies close to the Speyside Whisky Trail. The Strathspey Steam Railway departs from Aviemore and travels to Broomhill, 4 miles from Grantown and seen in the BBC TV drama ‘Monarch of the Glen’.

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Abernethy Golf Club - Nethy Bridge - Golf

Abernethy Golf Club - Nethy Bridge - Golf

Distance 4.58 miles (7.33 km)
Established in 1893, Abernethy Golf Club is located on the B970 road between Grantown on Spey and Coylumbridge, just north of Nethybridge. On most days, it is possible to "walk on", without a reserved tee time. Families are welcome and handicap certificates are not required. For those without clubs we have a few sets for hire. Abernethy is a traditional Highland golf course, built on natural moorland, and surrounded by majestic pine trees. The course is suitable for golfers of all standards. Casual visitors will cope pefectly well with the friendly course layout while low handicappers will need to bring their very best short game to score well.