Schiehallion House

01339 741679
10 Glenshee Road
Braemar
AB35 5YQ
In spite of its small size, the village of Braemar has a long and notable history as an important Scottish settlement. Nestled in the foothills of the Cairngorm Mountains, Braemar provides the most convenient route through the mountains, via Lairig Ghru pass.

The village is also the home to the most famous highland games in the world, the Braemar Gathering, held each year on the first Saturday in September. Schiehallion Guest House is perfectly placed for visitors to Braemar, both to enjoy the wonderful local surroundings and also as a base from which to tour Upper Deeside and Aberdeenshire.

The natural beauty of the immediate environment is ideal for walking and cycling, and Schiehallion Guest House is also convenient for Scotland's largest ski centre at Glenshee.

Nearby is Braemar Golf Course, the highest 18 hole golf course in Scotland, set in the valley of the River Clunie surrounded by spectactular mountains views. It is a small but challenging course, tee times can be arranged by John.
Aberdeenshire accommodation on offer at Schiehallion is perfect for any activity in the area. Log fires, cosy beds, hearty Scottish breakfasts and the very best of Aberdeenshire hospitality make for an enjoyable and rewarding stay for short breaks and longer family holidays.

The bedrooms are all freshly decorated and comfortably furnished. All the rooms have en-suite facilities, with the exception of one double which has the use of private adjacent facilities. Our garden room is a twin, with en-suite facilities and is accessed from the garden, making it ideal for family dogs sharing the Aberdeenshire holiday experience.

All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, magazines and tourist information to allow you to make the most from your stay in Braemar.

Rates start from £32 per person per night and include a full Scottish breakfast or alternatives. Single occupancy of a double or twin room costs £45 per night. Early booking is recommended, particularly during the summer months and the time of the Braemar Gathering.