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The Rowan Tree Country Hotel
Aviemore, Highland

 

 
Description
 

When you choose to stay at The Rowan Tree Country Hotel, our aim is that you will enjoy your stay to the full. You can spend your day in and around the hotel, savouring the surroundings, strolling nearby or simply relaxing. The hotel benefits from views of the mountains to the East and the Loch to the West. Although in tranquil surroundings, we are located on the outskirts of Aviemore and just minutes from the A9. The hotel - originally called The Lynwilg Mail and one of the oldest Inns in the Spey valley - was built in the 1700s as a coaching inn alongside the Great North Road. Extended in the mid-1800s, it rapidly established an excellent reputation and received honourable mentions in a number of diaries and accounts of the time. In its time, a part of the hotel has served as the village store, the post office and the local pub. Renamed The Rowan Tree in the early 90s, the hotel has been tastefully modernised and upgraded but always with an eye to retaining its essential character and features: timber beams, open fires and the stained-glass leaded window at the head of the splendid staircase.

 
Rooms From
 
£37
 
Number of Rooms
 
12
 
Contact Details
 

Loch Alvie
Aviemore
Highland
PH22 1QB
Scotland

 
 
 

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