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Moorfield House Hotel

A Hotel in Braemar, Grampian (Cairngorms)

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Chapel Brae
AB35 5YP

Moorfield House Hotel, Braemar

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Accommodation Description:

This charming family run hotel sits in a secluded location within the historic village of Braemar and overlooks the famous ‘Braemar Highland Games Gathering’ arena ,and is indeed only yards from the Royal Pavillion.

Recently refurbished to a high standard the hotel offers a warm and friendly welcome, comfortable accommodation, a first –class dining experience and is the ideal base for outdoor activities all year round. There is ample parking in out private car park for cars, Mini Buses and motor cycles, and we have ample drying facilities for wet clothing and storage for bikes. Our fully licensed restaurant (open to the public) has recently been awarded 3* by Visit Scotland , why not discover why we have a growing reputation for the quality and exceptional value of our freshly cooked and locally sourced menu .

We have completely refurbished all of our bedrooms which have modern en –suite facilities . The rooms are beautifully furnished and the front bedrooms have open views over the games park to the Cairngorm Mountains. In Scotland, the bar is often at the heart of the community.

So it is at the Moorfield House Hotel. Whether you are just dropping in for a quiet drink after an energetic day walking in the hills, or relaxing before dinner in our restaurant. The mixture of locals and tourists always makes for an enjoyable evening.

The hospitality of the highlands is world renowned, so no-one remains a stranger for long. We specialise in selling local REAL ALE and MALT WHISKY. At the Moorfield we have a simple philosophy –offer exceptional food at reasonable prices in a relaxed and informal restaurant which is also open to the public.

(booking recommended)

3 star rating

From: £39.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Pets allowed

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas

On-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
Our Conservatory dining room has panoramic views over the Highland Games Park and towards Glen Clunie and Glenshee . All of our meals are prepared to order using the freshest locally sourced with three choices for each course to ensure we can maintain the quality and freshness of your food. Vegetarian main course options are available by request (some notice appreciated on busy evenings). The Restaurant is open to the public so booking is recommended.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy

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