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A small, family-run rural inn set amidst the beautiful rolling countryside of the Grampian Mountains near Aberdeen. We feature a lounge bar (featuring over 40 malt whiskies), three separate dining areas, guest lounge, four tastefully decorated en-suite rooms. Caravan & camping club CL site. Function hall for up to 130. Dining is a highlight as David Littlewood (Scottish Chef of the Year 2013) creates fantastic, yet simple, food using the finest local and seasonal ingredients on his regularly changing menu . A very warm & personal welcome awaits you.
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Family meal on 28 September - fantastic food and exceptional service, our daughter is vegan and the management and chef were so wonderful, creating options for her. The best meal we have experienced for a long time - definitely highly recommend
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We were so well looked after here. We enjoyed our delicious evening meals after a day of driving around. Lovely breakfasts as well! Both my husband and I were not well during the visit, and we were so beautifully looked after!
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We have eaten here a few times now and absolutely love the food and service. Co-owned by Master Chef of Great Britain’s winner David Littlewood and Front of House host Nigel Hake, they provide food better than the 2 AA Rosettes they have for superb value, £35 for 3 courses is
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I tend to give most restaurants a five star rating unless something is bad. That being said I should reserve for the very best, this restaurant is the very best I have ever eaten at on all levels. Number one is it’s remote therefore cosy feel immediately upon entry. The tartan
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In the highlands to attend the famed Braemar Games, we couldn't find a suitable accommodation close to Braemar. How happy we are that we had to go as far away as the Kildrummy Inn (about an hour's drive through gorgeous moors and forests)! Although the rooms are smallish, they
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Do they accept small dogs, under 20 lbs?
"Back rooms are quieter. Front rooms overlook the road (it is a coaching inn!) but road is relatively quiet."
"All the rooms are lovely and rather than number are named after local places."
"Any room is a good choice."
"If you want to stay here book well ahead."
"You might want one at the back as it pretty near a fast road"
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US$112 - US$125 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United KingdomScotlandAlford
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