Bed and Breakfast

Royal Deeside Accommodation – Bed and Breakfast – Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms, Scotland

Staying in a bed and breakfast (B&B) is a wonderful way to make friends and get close to the people of Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms. Ballater, Braemar, Balmoral, Aboyne, Strathdon and Banchory has a wealth of accommodation. A warm welcome awaits you in any of our friendly and charming B&Bs!

Our Bed and Breakfast accommodation places are well known for their hospitality, hearty Scottish breakfasts and family atmosphere. Visitors can relax in comfort at B&Bs throughout Deeside and enjoy walking, cycling, golf, skiing, fishing and many other activities – all within the Cairngorms National Park!

Osborne House

Osborne House is the home of Heather and Neil Allan which they opened to guests in July 2011. It is a pretty, Victorian house in a secluded location but close to the centre of Ballater village. The house has a large colonial style verandah overlooking the garden and is surrounded by greenery all sides. It is at the start of the Seven Bridges Walk which passes through oak woods and fields to a white pedestrian suspension bridge across the River Dee.

Burnhead Bed and Breakfast

Burnhead Bed and Breakfast offers modern comfort and friendly hospitality. Guests are afforded superb views across the valley and can enjoy walks throught the surrounding countryside or enjoy fishing in our private trout stocked pond where they may receive a visit from a local osprey. Roe deer are also frequent guests as are many wild birds.

Glendavan House – Dinnet

Glendavan House – 5 Star luxury suite accommodation in Royal Deeside.

A 5 star bed and breakfast built as a shooting lodge in 1886 and set in 7 acres of natural woodland overlooking Loch Davan in the Cairngorm National Park.

Furnished to the highest standards, each suite combines bespoke and antique furniture, Victorian features and luxurious fabrics with state of the art, modern facilities. Accommodation at Glendavan has been tailored to offer every guest a little bit of luxury in a relaxed and informal manner. The grounds are home to varied Highland wildlife including red squirrels and roe deer. The loch is a protected bird sanctuary. Thousands of greylag geese settle on their journey south, sharing territory with whooper swans, mallard ducks, moorhens and a family of otters.