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In Braemar there’s an abundance of well-signposted, low-level walking which makes it a wonderful place for ramblers, who can look out at the many hills which surround the village and enjoy some sustenance in the cafes and restaurants.  It’s a wildlife hot spot and views are often accompanied by the sound of roaring deer stag or sightings of red squirrels and golden eagles.

St Margaret's Braemar

The St Margaret’s Project aims to establish an internationally-renowned performance and arts venue in the heart of the beautiful Cairngorms National Park.

It celebrates the rich cultural heritage of Braemar and Royal Deeside... read more

St Margaret's Braemar

St Margaret's Braemar is an A listed building of historic and architectural importance. Since 2015, the Community Trust has been working to restore the building with a full programme of concerts, performances and exhibitions alongside a permanent heritage display.

http://www.stmargaretsbraemar.org.uk/

Email

07850 758427

Glenshee Rd, Braemar, Ballater AB35 5YQ

Loch Callater

You can take a seven mile walk from the Auchallater car park just south of Braemar.  You can also walk around the loch but this is a slightly more demanding route and involves crossing the inflow river.  

The loch is... read more

Loch Callater

Loch Callater is freshwater loch around five miles south of Braemar.

Loch Callater, Braemar

Linn of Quoich

This spot offers a  picturesque stopping point and a quieter option to the nearby Linn of Dee.   The area was a favourite of Queen Victoria.

Take the alking route through beautiful forests from the car park which also has... read more

Linn of Quoich

The Linn of Quoich, or the Earl of Mar's Punch Bowl, is a natural hole in a rock midstream that was used as a punchbowl at the end of hunting deer in the neighbouring forest.

Braemar
AB35 5YB (post code approximate)

Linn of Dee (access to Lairig Ghru)

Take the walk starting at the Linn of Dee car park (postcode below is approximate)  through charming woodland to the bridge over the River Dee.   Enjoy the rush of water and spectacular rock formations as the River Dee, flowing down... read more

Linn of Dee (access to Lairig Ghru)

A lovely walk visits the beautiful 300-metre natural rock gorge called the Linn of Dee. A famous beauty spot historically favoured by Queen Victoria.

Braemar, Mar Lodge,
AB35 5YB (post code approximate)

Kindrochit Castle (Ruin)

Kindrochit Castle was built mainly as a base for royal hunts but became a strategic power-base on the banks of the Clunie Water, a tributary of the River Dee.  Braemar in medieval days was at the crossroads of two important routes... read more

Kindrochit Castle (Ruin)

Kindrochit Castle is a ruined 14th-century fortification located on the banks of the Clunie River in Braemar.

Kindrochit Castle
Braemar

Creag Choinnich

There is a huge variation of wildlife to be enjoyed from the top of the hill, particularly in the summer time.   

It is just a short walk to the top of the hill and there are lots of parking opportunities in Braemar... read more

Creag Choinnich

This charming small hill overlooking the village of Braemar has a lot to offer with outstanding views of the River Dee valley and the southern Cairngorm range.

Braemar and Crathie

It’s a wildlife hot spot and views are often accompanied by the sound of roaring deer stag or sightings of deer, red squirrels and golden eagles.

There is the opportunity to take part in many sporting activities such as... read more

Braemar and Crathie

The mountainous village of Braemar, part of Royal Deeside, is a great base for adventure or relaxation on the SnowRoads. There’s an abundance of well-signposted, low-level walking which makes it a wonderful place for ramblers, who can look out at the many hills which surround the village and enjoy some sustenance in the cafes and restaurants.

http://braemarscotland.co.uk/

B and B and Guest House

Callater Lodge Guest House

Comfort and luxury at the beginning and end of a day in the Cairngorms. Callater Lodge has six luxuriously appointed en-suite bedrooms - three double, one twin, one family and a single room, all individually decorated and equipped to a high... read more

Callater Lodge Guest House

For the outward-bound enthusiast there is a drying room, and we can look after your bikes and skis. We have plenty of guidebooks and maps to help you plan your next adventure, and we are always up for sharing our favourite routes and hearing about yours. All rooms are ensuite, individually decorated and equipped to exceptionally high standards with a particular emphasis on comfort. The atmosphere is more relaxed than a formal hotel, but we are still four star rated - so you get the best of both worlds. All rooms include: Luxury Egyptian cotton bedlinen Pre-warmed fluffy bathtowels Soft waffle dressing gowns Complimentary Scottish Fine Soap toiletries Hairdryers Flatscreen TV and free Wi-Fi Local guidebooks Tea and coffee making facilities Fresh daily home baking and local sweeties. Callater Lodge provides private off road parking for all guests

www.callaterlodge.co.uk

Email

013397 41275

9 Glenshee Road
Braemar
AB35 5YQ

Self Catering

Downie's Cottage

Downie's Cottage is located at the foot of Morrone with breathtaking views over the village of Braemar and the Dee Valley. The property was abandoned sometime between the wars and remained largely undisturbed complete with box bed and 'hingin... read more

Downie's Cottage

www.downiescottage.co.uk

Email

07780 681 955

Tomintoul
Braemar
AB35 5XX

Self Catering

Bynack

Bynack

Email

+44 (0)131 243 9335

Bynack
Braemar
AB35 5YJ