Staying in Braemar for the week self catering and decided to have a night off from cooking. Really reasonable for price and the food was tremendous! Home cooked and you could really taste it. Well recommended!
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Whilst staying at the Invercauld Arms Hotel, off Chapel Brae. It was a nice change to visit this small, friendly and warm bar with its log burner. The proprietor was a really friendly man, Ian who made us very welcome indeed. The clientele both locals...More
This restaurant lived up to its excellent reputation once again. We were a large group given exclusive use of the restaurant for our AGM meeting, followed by a lovely 3 course meal and coffee. The food was perfectly cooked and presented. Service was excellent and...More
Had lovely meal here in August. Soup, unfortunately, was a bit too cool but that was rectified very quickly. Would thoroughly recommend it.
We were visiting Braemar together with our two small dogs and struggling to find somewhere to eat that would allow dogs, amazing that in such a beautiful walking area dogs are not welcome. We struck lucky when I was bemoaning the dog situation in the...More
Only stayed here once but what a lovely hotel next door to the Highland games arena so a great location
Please see my food review which has reenlisted under the accommodation section for this property. Highly recommended.
Called in here on a Saturday night. Although the sign outside said that they were fully booked for dinner we went in and had a pint of beer. I asked if they did bar food, which they do, and when said we were going to...More
This restaurant is located a few minutes walking from the center of Braemar, next to the Games Park. At your arrival, you can have a drink in the bar, waiting for your table, in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The dinner was excellent, smoked grilled...More
This is our second time here and again we had a great dinner, in our own private dining room so my dog could join us! The food was simple, good quality and just what you need after a 21 mile walk.