Situated at the northern edge of Aviemore, on the edge of the village, Carn Mhor 3-star, 5 bedrooms Hotel is ideally located from the centre of town and is surrounded by fields with excellent views of the Cairngorm Mountains. Activities around Carn Mhor is skiing and snowboarding in the Cairngorms, salmon fishing or white water rafting on the River Speyor or enjoy golf at one of the strath's courses. Simple, but comfortable bedroom provide amenities such as a flat screen TV, DVD player, hospitality tray and en-suites bathroom. Carn Mohr’s comfortable lounge with balcony offer superb views to the Craigellachie hills. In addition a patio with barbecue grills and a picnic area is available for guest. The Carn Mhor Bed and Breakfast has its own on-site restaurant that serves a complimentary breakfast with a selection of cereals, yogurts, juices and fruit and a cooked breakfast. Only a short stroll from the centre of Aviemore, Carn Mhor offers indoor tennis courts, free Wi-Fi and a fitness centre. Carn Mhor caters for vegetarians and vegans. Carn Mhor is a short walk to the centre of Aviemore where there are a wealth of restaurants and bars offering a real taste of the Highlands.
AddressThe Shieling, PH22 1QD, Aviemore United Kingdom | 0.9 miles miles from city center | Show on map
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Top 9 Features
- Bathroom with shower,
- Windows that open,
- Central heating,
- WiFi in the rooms
- TV lounge,
- Garden or park,
- Non-smoking rooms,
- WiFi in Lobby
- Running/ Rollerblading track,
- Hiking trail
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