Dating from 1870, this splendid Victorian shooting lodge is set in its own grounds only two-minute’s stroll from the centre of Braemar. Best described as a hotel of character, it has the air of a large family house that has not forgotten its sporting origins, and is personally managed by the owners, thus ensuring a continuity of the finest standards.
Built of grey granite that glitters in the highland sunshine, Braemar Lodge Hotel enjoys the illustrious history of being a former Victorian shooting lodge. The local red deer population have obviously forgotten its past for they are often to be seen running through the grounds of the hotel, particularly during the winter months.
Braemar Lodge Hotel extends a welcoming, comfortable ambience that is evident from the moment you step through the door.
There are seven bedrooms, three doubles, two twins and two singles, all of which have en-suite facilities, a television and tea and coffee making facilities. Family rooms are also available.
Surrounded by the beauty of Deeside, Braemar Lodge Hotel is in a quiet setting only a two minute walk from the village itself.