Bay Invercauld Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBay Invercauld Arms Hotel Braemar
orl ok.... nice rooms... good staff....
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... foreground to the mountain views. A special treat coming down was to sight a mountain hare with its winter white coat ready for snow. In spring it returns to grey. Bitterly cold up there but snug in the train coming home- in the dark by 4:30. Great ...
... to check in properly and have a nap. We were out to it straight away! A couple of hours later we were feeling a bit more refreshed. Lara kindly offered to cook us spag bol for dinner so we grabbed some £1 ciders and had a feast in the hostel. An intense game of coin rugby started up over dinner then we went downstairs for pool battles! We were gunna go to a pub but ended up being really fun in the hostel so we stayed there for the rest of the ...
... in 1269. Rob was particularly impressed by the entry. It had a very high ceiling and the walls were adorned with hundreds of weapons - muskets, broadswords and dirks (daggers) arranged in patterns. Many of the hallways were lined with the heads of deers, which seems gruesome, but I guess they were all used as dinner over the centuries. After driving around the block of Pitlochry a couple of times as we missed ...
... in Ireland and Bushmills in Northern Ireland. Now that I am in the Scottish Highlands there are a plethora of single malt distilleries to choose from.
While on the Isle of Skye we visit the Talisker Distillery. Like other distillers in this western island region, their whisky has a very distinctive peat flavor. Being in a bay along the coastline, their peat is ...
... little activity at the moment. We arrived in Braemar a very pretty little village with a lovely river running through the middle. We checked into the Fife Arms and parked our car in the designated spot. They have packed all the cars in so there will be no getting out until Sunday. After we settled into our room with a lovely view out the window, we wandered the village and did a little shopping before the crowds of 18,000 ...