This genteel Georgian holiday town is 15 miles northeast of Aviemore and attracts the more mature tourist by the coach-load. Everything here is geared towards fishing, and anyone wishing to get kitted out in proper style should get themselves down to either Mortimers or Ritchies on the High Street. The Tourist Information Centre, Tel. 872773, is also here, open April to October daily 0900-1800.
Phone code: +44 (0)1479 Population: 3,250
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Grantown on Spey Hotels & Accommodation
Situated in the beautiful wooded south side, and on possibly the quietest street in Grantown, this attractive Victorian guesthouse is a perfect base for exploring Strathspey and Badenoch, Monarch of the Glen Country, the Moray Coast and the Scottish Highlands. more details about Kinross Guesthouse
As you'd expect in such a respectable place, there's a wide range of upmarket accommodation and a number of very good places to eat. The best places in town are all on Woodlands Terrace: Culdearn House, Tel. 872106, www.culdearn.com; and Ardconnell House, Tel. 872104, , both of which offer excellent food.
Garth Hotel, Castle Road. A charming characterful 17th century hotel, formally an inn. Friendly, helpful staff and good food. Recommended. Late Rooms Availability for Garth Hotel in Grantown-on-Spey
At Dulnain Bridge, a few miles southwest of town, are the elegant Auchendean Lodge Hotel, Tel. 851347, www.auchendean.com; and the handsome Muckrach Lodge Hotel & Restaurant, Tel. 851257,, both of which have superb restaurants.
The Tigh na Sgiath Country House Hotel is well recommended. Late Rooms Availability for Tigh na Sgiath Country House Hotel near Grantown-On-Spey
There are lots of other very good guesthouses and B&Bs to choose from, as well as the Speyside Backpackers, Tel. 873514, an independent hostel, also known as The Stop-Over, at 16 The Square.