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Duke Of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie
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The grand old Duke Of Gordon Hotel has been around for over 100 years, but has all the mod cons to meet todays expectations.
The Duke of Gordon Hotel in Kingussie is set in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and looks out across the picturesque Spey Valley to Ruthven Barracks. With origins in the eighteenth century the Duke of Gordon hotel was originally built as a stopover for passengers travelling by stagecoach along the old A9 to Inverness and the North of Scotland. The facilities and atmosphere experienced in the hotel together with the hospitality and warm welcome extended by the staff make the Duke Of Gordon the ideal place for hotel accommodation in the Highlands of Scotland.
The warmness of this Spey Valley hotel carries on from the entrance area through to each of the 65-en suite bedrooms.
The Duke of Gordon Hotel prides itself on its restaurant and excellence of cuisine. The experience of dining in the elegance of the impressive Balmoral Restaurant with its heavily corniced ceilings and Peddie murals depicting Scottish Highland history and local scenes of great natural beauty is not one easily forgotten.
Entertainment takes place most evenings in the Ruthven Ballroom in the form of Ceilidhs, folk nights and dancing.
The Duke Of Gordon Hotel in Kingussie offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
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The Duke of Gordon Hotel offers 65 bedrooms with en suite facilities and each decorated in keeping with the traditional character and heritage of an the Scottish coaching inn.
Many of the bedrooms have views of the beautiful Speyside countryside or of the quaint Highland Village of Kingussie.
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The Balmoral Restaurant at the Duke of Gordon Hotel’s menus are carefully selected and prepared to provide the best traditional Scottish fayre. These, combined with the very personal service, make dining at the 'Duke' truly a Jewel in the Highland Crown.
On several evenings guests are piped into dinner by a piper in full Highland dress.
Dinner is served from: 7pm - 8:30pm
Breakfast is served from: 7:30am - 9:30am
Directions to Duke of Gordon Hotel in Kingussie
Travelling north from Perth on the main A9 towards Inverness take the 2nd marked exit to Kingussie; turn left at the bottom of the slip road into Kingussie. Travel 500 yards and you will find the Duke of Gordon Hotel on the right hand side.
Kingussie railway station is located on the main Kings Cross to Inverness Line. The Duke Of Gordon Hotel is approx 75 yards from the station car park. Turn left and we are right in front of you. If required, arrangements can be made with reception to welcome you at the station and transport guests and luggage to the hotel.
The Duke of Gordon Hotel in Kingussie is a perfect location for skiers, hikers and cyclists as it is situated in the Cairngorm National Park.
The hotel is also ideal for golfing breaks as the town of Kingussie has its own picturesque golf course, which is surrounded by a landscape of mountains and streams.
Attractions in and around Kingussie:
Highland Wildlife Park - Discover Scottish wildlife and endangered animals of the world’s mountains and tundra in our spectacular setting. Drive around the Main Reserve in your own car and then investigate the walk-round area on foot. The Highland WildlifePark was opened in 1972 and is run by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland. The Wildlife Park has a wide and diverse range of animals. From native species such as the Capercaillie and Scottish Wildcat to those from further afield such as the Amur Tiger and Polar Bear. The park is open every day throughout the year.
Insh Marshes - Insh Marshes National Nature Reserve is one of the most important wetlands in Europe. Between Kingussie and Kincraig on the River Spey floodplain it covers 10 square kilometres. Enjoy a springtime stroll along our nature trails and look out for nesting lapwings, redshanks and curlews.
Highland Folk Museum Located in Newtonmore is a one mile long, eighty acre (32 Hectare) living history site. The site was opened in 1995 and has been proactively developed and enhanced. Within sight of the Cairngorm Mountains this interesting and varied landscape site combines farmland, woodland and open areas. These areas are interpreted through re-located and re-created buildings and features, working demonstrations and live interpreters.