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All reviewson arrivalbreakfast was deliciousone nightprivate bathroomgreat place to stayexcellent accommodationmade us feel at hometwo nightslittle extrasfantastic hospitalitychocolate brownievillage centrehelpful advicefabulous staycomfortable bedshighly recommend this b bgood size
Warmly met by Alastair & helped us put bikes away in his cycle store ! Our room was very nice & cosy. Bathroom / shower etc all good. Lounge & dining area very cosy.
Sarah had appeared & made us tea & had lovely chocolate...More
Very friendly & warm hospitality from the owners, Alistair & Sarah, they are very knowledgable about the area especially if you are a keen walker, a Munro Bagger perhaps :o)
The rooms are very very nice, clean/tidy, the beds very comfortable, though a couple of...More
Warm welcome by very friendly and helpfull landlady.Lovely rooms(upper floor), very clean and fully equipped. Cozy sitting room (with complimentary whisky!) and multiple choice delicious breakfasts (orders taken evening before).Those owners know how to run a b&b perfectly!
Sara and Alister are friendly and helpful hosts- Sara greeted us with fresh brownies when we arrived and then each day when we returned from our walk. Alister was very knowledgeable about local trail conditions- ordnance survey maps are helpfully posted throughout.
Breakfast was excellent-...More
My son and I were here for the weekend for the Scottish ski and boarder cross Champs. Yesterday the weather was awful and we both got drenched but the excellent drying room made a huge difference to our weekend as today the weather was much...More
Response from Cranfordbraemar, Owner at Cranford Guest HouseResponded March 8, 2015
Thanks very much for your kind review.
Good to hear that Sunday was a better day at the Boarder X.
Glad that the drying room served its purpose well. It's amazing how little it is needed here in Braemar with weather usually much...More
Response from SarahAnnHubbard | Property representative |
Hi John and Marilyn,
Alastair and I bought Cranford in February 2010, and are now entering our 6th season..! We hope to be here for many years to come. I'm not sure who owned the Guest House in 2006; there were a lot of... More
Hi John and Marilyn,
Alastair and I bought Cranford in February 2010, and are now entering our 6th season..! We hope to be here for many years to come. I'm not sure who owned the Guest House in 2006; there were a lot of changes in ownership over that time. We would be really pleased to have you and your family to stay; our accommodation now comprises:
1 small twin ensuite
1 twin/kingsize ensuite
1 double ensuite
1 twin with private bathroom
1 family room ensuite (1 double and 1 or 2 singles)
As you can see, we couldn't accommodate you all but extra accommodation can be found close by.
We are already fully booked from 3rd - 7th September this year as the Braemar Gathering is always the first weekend in September.
Let us know when you have more idea of when you would like to come and we can check our availability.
Sarah and Alastair
You can find our website if you search for Cranford Guest House Braemar, it won't let me add a link in this reply..
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"Some rooms overlook the main road, but there is little heavy traffic and it isn't noisy."