The Invercauld Arms Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Invercauld Arms Hotel Braemar
orl ok.... nice rooms... good staff....
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Fish and Chip stop for dinner.
This is a nice little town where most tour buses stop before their journey back to Glasgow.
If you are looking for Fish 'N' Chips, Sweets, ice cream or coffee then you have a huge selection in this town as that is basically all they offer.
Nice to look around
... that we could go in and have a look around. I would have loved to but we felt that we had imposed enough. We continued the discussion regarding where the photo had been taken when the lady across the road walked past, she was brought into the discussion. Margaret had lived in the village all her life and she didn't think a McDonald had lived there. But Margaret was only in her 70's but she knew someone who might know! There was a McDonald living up the road, her ...
... towards our B&B in Kingussie which is part of the Cairngorms National Park.
The B&B was cute, and this is our first experience with a shared bathroom. The good news is that it is only shared with one other room and not the whole floor. After dinner we went for a little sunset walk and took in the breathtaking Scottish ...
... concept! The afternoon stop was at Speyside Cooperage one of the few places that make casks. The lucky workers get to be monitored by the tourists. It is physically demanding, constant work. They are paid per cask and get roughly 3x the average wage, about $75000/year. We then headed to Braemar. On the way we stopped off and had a quick walk in the countryside. Liz and Phil are down the road at Balmoral. Not sure what happened to my dinner ...
... on doing a big circuit hiking some hills along with pitching a tent in one of the lower glens on Saturday night, to then walk through the lush green pine tree and hilly Glen Feshie area on the Sunday back to The Beast. Weather permitting, of course! We have a few hiking plans we're keen to build up to this year in Europe and Nepal (no crazy mountains, only valleys and passes mind!) so this hike was a top opportunity to build up some ...