Large central Victorian house to a high standard overlooking Historic Railway Station Museum, all rooms en suite with central heating and most double glazed. Most rooms and dining rooms have lovely views. Four rooms super king-size/twin beds and one twin room. Large breakfast choice available, vegetarian and other dietary needs catered for and breakfast is served, no self-service here. Hospitality trays in all rooms. Wi-Fi available. Parking in drive if required. Situated on network of paths and old railway line walk. Ideal base for exploring Royal Deeside, National Park,Heritage and Whisky trail and a 20 minute drive from Balmoral Castle. Please check out our Trip Advisor ranking.
Moorside House, built as a Manse and beautifully refurbished by the present owners, Pieter and Lea Faber, is open from Easter until October. Nine en suite rooms are available: one family room, two twin rooms and six double rooms – each decorated to the highest standard. Ample parking. Great breakfasts including homemade bread, preserves and muesli. Dutch and German spoken.
26 Braemar Road
Ideally positioned overlooking the Ballater village green, the Netherley Guest House is within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Ideal for picturesque walks, cycling, skiing, golf and fishing on the River Dee; visitors to Royal Deeside may also visit nearby Balmoral Castle, the Royal Lochnagar Distillery, Crathie Church and the Deeside Gliding Club and then relax in four star rooms.
2 Netherley Place
No 45 is a lovely, hospitable guesthouse/B&B in a quiet location on the edge of the village. A delicious breakfast with a wide choice of continental and cooked options is served in the light and airy conservatory looking out onto the gardens.
Set in an acre of grounds with a walled garden, Gordon and Penella have maintained the character and ambience of the original Victorian house. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms, television and hair-dryers. The walled garden is a haven for wildlife - frequent visitors are red squirrels, whilst the wild garden attracts many insects and birds. We are set well back from the road with ample parking, so all the rooms are quiet and the front facing ones enjoy a view of Craigendarroch (the Hill of Oaks).
The entrance hall has its original pitch pine staircase overlooked by a Royal stag’s head from the Glenlivet estate. The welcoming lounges, complete with tartan carpet and Chesterfield sofas, are the ideal place to relax in front of the log fires.
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