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Glengarry Bed & Breakfast Glengarry Bed & Breakfast Glengarry Bed & Breakfast

Glengarry Bed & Breakfast

East Terrace
PH21 1JS
Tel: +44 (0)1540 661386

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Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of our traditional Victorian villa, overlooking the Spey Valley and the Cairngorm Mountains.

Glengarry is situated amongst some of the most spectacular scenery in the UK and the town of Kingussie is part of the Cairngorms National Park.

We are members of Scotland’s Best B&Bs, a group of only 96 B&Bs throughout Scotland, all 4 and 5 star, who aim to give their guests a quality experience.

Glengarry provides ample car parking space within the grounds and is set in its own mature gardens, providing a haven for wildlife, you may even see a red squirrel or two whilst having your breakfast.

Our bedrooms are all light and airy, individually furnished with all the comforts of your own home and more. Enjoy breakfast in the sunny dining room and to ensure that you make the most of every day, an early breakfast can be arranged if required.

The guest’s sitting room has an open fire for those cold winter evenings where you can relax at the end of a busy day.

Returning from a wet day in the hills we have full drying facilities, together with secure storage for cycles, skis etc., and a workshop for those emergency repairs. Glengarry in Winter

Glengarry is the ideal base for a Highland holiday offering many leisure pursuits.

Spend a day walking in the Monadhliath Mountains or take the funicular railway to the Cairngorm Mountain and experience the fantastic views on a clear sunny day, or maybe treat yourself to dinner at the highest restaurant in the UK.

If this has painted a colourful picture in your mind why not experience it in reality and treat yourself to a weekend, or longer at Glengarry and experience Scotland in all its seasons.

We look forward to welcoming you to our Highland home.

Golfing in the area is second to none, with Kingussie’s own 18 hole course redesigned by Harry Vardon in 1908 on your doorstep. The course is set in some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery. 

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