What are you looking for in a Highlands break?
Mountains? Check. Wildlife? Check. Whisky? Check. Golf? Check? Legends? Check.
Steam trains? Are you kidding? Actually, check.
Today’s Big Deal with the Nethybridge Hotel in Inverness-shire has got the lot – including the Strathspey Steam Railway.
From walking in the Cairngorms National Park to the osprey-watching at Boat of Garten via the whisky trails of Speyside, the Nethybridge Hotel is the perfect base for a Highland break.
Hotel with character
Well known to generations of travellers, the Nethybridge Hotel is situated amidst the splendour of the Cairngorm Mountains and the lushly wooded Strathspey.
Today’s deal for a stay at the Nethybridge Hotel has two options. The first option is for an overnight stay for two people with breakfast, a three course dinner and a glass of fizz, either on arrival or before dinner.
Option two is for a two night stay with a three course meal and glass of fizz on the first night and breakfast each morning.
Both options are for a superior double or twin room, valid seven days a week from 2nd January until the 7th April 2020, and include an early check-in and late check-out.
The Nethybridge Hotel may have been built in the Victorian era but it has a stylish decor and modern comforts such as ensuite facilities, TVs, hairdryers and tea and coffee making facilities.
Free on-site parking and a lift help make everyone’s stay as convenient as possible.
This deal includes a three course meal in the hotel’s Abernethy Restaurant.
The restaurant is a bright and airy space which serves a wide range of Scottish dishes created using locally sourced produce – which, being in the Highlands, includes top of the range meat and fish.
The menus at the restaurant change with the seasons but guests can expect a starter like smoked salmon, a main course such as rib-eye steak sourced from Balliefurth Farm and a dessert like Scottish cheese and biscuits.
Dietary requests can be catered for if the restaurant is notified prior to arrival.
The Nethybridge Hotel has attracted its fair share of admirers on TripAdvisor. This is what a couple of recent visitors thought of their experiences:
‘Great hotel set in a quiet village near the River Spey and the Cairngorm Mountains. We booked for dinner, bed and breakfast, the food on both ends of the day was really good, the lunchtime soup and sandwich was another hearty meal. The hotel is within easy access of lovely scenic areas, highly recommend it.’
‘Two night stay with breakfast, was excellent value for money. The room and bathroom was spotless. The staff were very friendly and the food was excellent. Started my north 500 from here. Plus my dog was made welcome as well. Thank you all.’
A one or two night stay with breakfast, dinner and a glass of fizz, all you would need to think about is having a relaxing time in the Scottish Highlands.
Available seven days a week from the start of January to early April, there’s plenty of time to take advantage of this deal.