The Commercial Hotel, The Square
A former 18th century coaching inn this hidden gem offers the perfect place to refresh and rejuvenate whilst enjoying the stunning scenery of the Cairngorms National Park and Royal Deeside.
Sitting in the quaint village of Tarland in the heart of The Howe O\' Cromar on Royal Deeside you will find a hidden gem - The Commercial Hotel. A former 18th century coaching inn The Commercial offers the perfect place to take a break and indulge yourself whilst enjoying an area of outstanding natural beaty. After being lovingly restored by Bev and Chris Hughes the hotel now offers guests a warm welcome and gracious style along with every modern comfort.
The Commercial\'s Cromar Restaurant & bar boasts a reputation for fine food served in elegant, comfortable surroundings by friendly staff - a place which takes pride in delivering fresh, locally produced food and excellent service makes The Commercial a popular venue for locals and visitors alike. At the end of the day\'s activities sample one of our regular beers or guest ale in the informal surroundings of the public bar, with it\'s original fireplace and granite stone walls the traditional dcor makes it a great place to unwind with the friendly locals or enjoy a game of pool or darts. The cosy lounge bar is tastefully decorated, and is perfect for a relaxing drink by the log fire, or why not wind down on a warm summers day in the courtyard beer garden.
Whatever your requirements The Commercial promises you a warm welcome with friendly, courteous staff and \'can-do\' service as you want it.
Tea and coffee making facilities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Internet connection (wireless)
The Commercial boasts a reputation for fine cuisine in comfortable surroundings with friendly, courteous service. A varied menu with a mix of contemporary and traditional Scottish dishes with locally sourced ingredients makes The Cromar restaurant a popular venue with locals and tourists. Bar meals and afternoon teas are also served in the cosy traditonal lounge & bar or in the sheltered walled garden area. The Sunday Carvery is a popular addition to the menu with families always welcome.
Breakfast (Full cooked)
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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