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Monument / Landmark

Braemar Castle

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Roy
Roy
December 31, 2018
It's not as well known as its near neighbour Balmoral which has restricted access in August. At Braemar you can walk around the grounds or take a guided tour of the inside.
Janet
Janet
June 19, 2018
A small but nevertheless interesting castle with many a tale to tell.
Judith
Judith
September 21, 2017
Award winning tourist attraction
Linda
Linda
July 08, 2017
It offers an insight into local history
Hazel
Hazel
February 07, 2017
Beautiful castle, whilst there pop into Braemar- excellent coffees shops.

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Restaurant
“Michelin star dining in Ballater. Nestled besides the rugged contours of the Craigendarroch Hills, the Rothesay Rooms in Ballater is at the heart of a vibrant and welcoming community. It is a collaborative project between local groups and the outreach programme of HRH The Duke of Rothesay’s charity, in the wake of disastrous floods. In December 2015 Storm Frank battered Scotland and the River Dee, which flows through some of the most scenic parts of the country, burst its banks and decimated local homes and businesses in Ballater. His Royal Highness The Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay visited the village, which is just six miles to the east of Balmoral Castle, shortly after the incident and pledged his support to rejuvenate the village. A Ballater Flood Appeal was quickly established and the generosity from companies and individuals in the surrounding area was incredible. In response to such overwhelming support, the idea to create a new eaterie to help rejuvenate the community and drive local business was formed. The project was galvanised further by the Cooperative Group, who kindly offered the use of a former convenience store in the village. The result is a restaurant championing the best in organic, locally-sourced produce. The 40-seat restaurant is located on the ground floor and is perfect for both intimate tables and larger groups. Decorated in the Highland style throughout, the relaxed interior boasts an array of antiques and bespoke wooden tables. The vibrant Duke of Rothesay tartan and soft glow of candlelight provide a charming accompaniment to an elegant meal or post-prandial drink. Since opening in 2016, the Rothesay Rooms has won North East of Scotland Restaurant of the Year Award 2017 and gained entry into the Michelin Guide. In 2019 The Rothesay Rooms was awarded the North East of Scotland Restaurant of the Year for the third year running. ”
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Café
“Our go-to place for coffee and cakes or a light lunch. Prompt and friendly service, good food, excellent coffee and great views of the River Clunie in the gorge below.”
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Establishment
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Bus Station
“A great place for pub grub and a nice drink. About a 30 minute drive from Copper Beech B&B.”
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Store
“Archery, cart racing, clay shooting, off road drives.....something for young and old range of activities to suit all tastes and occasions. From motor sports through target sports to water sports. You can choose to do some quiet fishing or some loud shooting. Do it alone or with your mates (it's more fun with your mates!). Book a package or just one activity. Either way you'll have some fun. Remember to book in advance to avoid disappointment. Small coffee shop and cafe on site with locally sourced produce. Good home made food and sandwiches to suit all the family. Check for Sunday carvery during winter months. Locally reared Beef is amazing!”
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Placering
Braemar, Scotland AB35 5XR
Telefon+44 1339 741219
Status for åbningstiderClosed · Opens Saturday 10:00 AM