Bay Invercauld Arms Hotel
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- 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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The 7:14 train to Stirling then change to the Inverness train arriving Aviemore about 10AM. Bus up to the mountain then funicular railway to the top. We had only been there about 15 mins when it snowed. What a treat since we didn't expect it and it gave ...
... next to her for being too loud! We shut up a bit after that. The bus ride wasn't actually too bad. I didn't really sleep much in the aisle seat but we got to Edinburgh not feeling too bad. We got there about 8am and our first stop was maccas for brekkie! Feeling refuelled we found our hostel to drop our bags off. It's a pretty funky hostel with a real social atmosphere. There was a free walking tour leaving our hostel in an hour so we hung around ...
... stoned laneway to turn into, we finally found our accommodation for the night, The Old Mill Inn, which had a water wheel turning, and pots of colourful flowers along the front. We were shown to our spacious room by one of the very friendly staff. We had a bit of time to have a walk through the pretty town, across the dam and check out the 'fish ladders', which allow fish, especially salmon, to swim around the ...
... 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 ...
... stealthy stalking skills, and after a while he lifted his head, looked at us, shrugged in a deery fashion and went back to his supper. So obviously we weren't that scary after all. Or he looked at his calendar this morning and knows he's still safe in July. Either way, it was lovely to see him, and his Nutkin friend.
The walk took us up above the pines to just under a rocky bluff known as Lion Face because apparently from the other side of ...