From the National Museum of Scotland to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum via Edinburgh Castle, Scotland has some brilliant visitor attractions.
For Team Big Deal, the best of them all has to be the Highlands at this time of year.
Fiery heather, misty lochs and magnificent mountains – the Highlands in autumn has got the lot.
Treat yourself to a relaxing autumnal getaway with today’s Big Deal on an overnight dinner, bed and breakfast stay at the recently refurbished Craiglynne Hotel.
Cairngorms national park
A striking granite hotel, built in Victorian times, The Craiglynne enjoys spectacular views to the Cairngorms.
The Grantown-on-Spey hotel has recently been restored and redecorated and features 82 stylish rooms.
This splendid offer is for two people to spend a cosy night in a double or twin room at The Craiglynne Hotel with a full cooked breakfast each day and a three course table d’hôte dinner in the evening.
There is a supplement of £25 per room for Saturday night stays.
Elegantly redesigned with contemporary, natural décor, Craiglynne’s guest rooms feature TVs, complimentary toiletries and hot drinks facilities.
There is WiFi throughout the hotel so that you can stay in touch while you enjoy your break.
Locally sourced produce takes pride of place on the menus at the Speyside Restaurant in The Craiglynne. Guests will be able to sample the best that the kitchen has to offer when sitting down to the three course table d’hôte menu in the evening.
A full cooked breakfast each morning is also included.
Located in the heart of the Whisky Trail and within easy striking distance of the Cairngorms National Park and Loch Ness, there is no shortage of great visitor attractions in the area. From the Strathspey Steam Railway to the Glen Farclas Distillery there is plenty to do around Craiglynne.
Alternatively, just relax in the sun lounge and enjoy the views of the gardens – taking it easy comes easy at Craiglynne.
Roaring log fires and a fine collection of malt whiskies mean that The Craiglynne Hotel is a wonderful place to relax after a hard day sightseeing.
The Craiglynne Hotel has attracted its fair share of enthusiastic reviews on TripAdvisor. This is what a recent guest thought of their experience:
‘Cracking Craiglynne. Stayed at this majestic old hotel on a DB&B basis recently. Upon arrival, receptionist was bright eyed and bushy tailed. Room was very spacious and comfortable, scrupulously clean with a great view of gardens from the front. The fixed menu was very nice, wholesome food with plenty of options. Well presented and nice and hot. Our favourite was the rib of beef, Yorkshire puddings were just tremendous. A la carte on our last night was well up to scratch and very tasty. Staff very smart in Crerar uniforms and could not have been more helpful, would recommend a stay here!’