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Main Street, Nethy Bridge PH25 3DP Scotland
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  • All linens sanitised in high-temperature wash
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitiser available to guests & staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
  • Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
  • Staff required to regularly wash hands
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Updated 06/07/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.

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#1 of 2 hotels in Nethy Bridge
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The Nethybridge Hotel hotel is a splendid Victorian building nestled in the Cairngorm Mountains. All rooms have en suite bathrooms, hairdryer, television, telephone and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel benefits from a lift to all floors. WiFi is free in all Public Areas as well as in Superior Room and all rooms when booking direct with the hotel. Guests arriving by car can take advantage of the free onsite car park. The beautiful gardens are the ideal place to relax in. The games room is available whatever the weather. The Abernethy Restaurant specialises in Scottish dishes using fresh produce. There is a selection of fine wines available to accompany each meal. The bar and lounge has a bar snack menu and a selection of Scottish whiskies. The nearby River Spey is filled with salmon making it a perfect location for angling enthusiasts. The Cairngorn Mountains are often snow covered making skiing possible. The Strathspey Steam Railway is also worth a visit.
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Free parking
Free internet
Free breakfast
Hiking
Skiing
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Parking
Public wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Kids' meals
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Billiards
Fishing
Board games / puzzles
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
24-hour front desk
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Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
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shellsharell wrote a review Aug 2008
shellsharell15 contributions4 helpful votes
I remember this hotel with absolute fondness. My family and I stayed here during XMAS 2007 and it was simply wonderful. The biggest plus point to this hotel is the surrounding area, and walking along the river Spey on a frosty Christmas morning was beautiful. And its proximity in the highlands, close to Aviemore, is another advantage. Yes, there are aspects of this hotel that are very 1970’s, but to me, this added to the charm. As a twenty something hack I’m used to contemporary business hotels, but that did not stop me enjoying the traditional homely feel of this hotel. The rooms are fine; comfortable and clean. In this instance I have to agree with the previous reviewer, is going back in time a bad thing? Besides, it markets itself as a 3*, and for what I paid for four
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Date of stay: December 2007
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alexbeard1975 wrote a review Feb 2008
Edinburgh4 contributions4 helpful votes
A stay at Netthybridge hotel is as previous reviews state, is going back in time a decade or two, but, is that a bad thing? The service is very 'traditional', the food hearty scotts fayre - im a typical bloke and having the option of a steak with my eggs for breakfast is enough for me. Dinner Piping hot broth as described in the menu is as stated – burnt tongue for 3 days, smoked Scottish salmon, local food, great. Rooms are a little dated, but clean, quiet and extreamly good value. Look at the location and to be honest you are not going to spend too much time inside but to be there is a joy. Service we had was great, personal; maybe a little excentric but what’s wrong with that ? I understand that many clubs use this hotel for annual meetings; this could be an issue if
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Date of stay: May 2006
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BoltonHappywanderer wrote a review Dec 2007
Bolton13 contributions7 helpful votes
We have just returned from a 4 day Christmas break and have had a wonderfull stay. After reading the most recent reviews about this hotel, we were a little apprehensive at what we would find, however we were very pleasantly surprised. The food was of a very good standard and the highland banquet was an experience not to be missed. The room was a little shabby but this did not spoil our stay and in terms of value for money, I believe it has to be one of the best deals around. The service was excellent and the staff were all friendly and attentive. We will deffinately be staying there again. if you are looking for a genuine highland break with highland hospitality then this is the place to stay. The host is a very interesting character and will go out of his way to ensure you
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Date of stay: December 2007
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tenfoot wrote a review Sep 2007
Cheshire1 contribution1 helpful vote
My wife and I booked to stay here in July. Walking into the hotel was like going back 30 years in time. It looks like the last time it was decorated was sometime in the 70s - the carpets were worn and shabby, the paintwork chipped and there was a horrible musty smell in the corridors. The lift is one of those death trap cage things that you've no idea if it will make it to your floor. The rooms were badly in need of a refurb - the bathrooms mouldy and water damage on the ceiling. As soon as we saw the rooms, we picked up our bags, checked out, getting a full refund and left. There was no argument from the staff, so I guess this isn't an uncommon occurrence here. It kind of reminded me of "The Shining".
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pomona1 wrote a review Sep 2007
Edinburgh63 contributions56 helpful votes
We stayed here on a Dinner, Bed and Breakfast basis. The evening meal was dreadful - more like school dinners of old; or an up-market hotel meal in the '50s. The price of the meal unless on a package was £21.99. £3 supplement for a starter of smoked salmon, a few capers and one peice of brown bread - quartered was ridiculous. The main course of beef olives was primarily 2 lumps of stolid sausage meat with a very thin wrapping of beef and congealed gravy. The turnips and zuchini vegetables must have been cooked early in the evening and left to keep hot until we eat at 20.30 - they were well past their best and certainly not freshly cooked. Surely a hotel in the 21st century can do better for sweets than ice cream, meringue glacee, fruit salad or a trifle which was a solid
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Date of stay: September 2007
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PRICE RANGE
US$93 - US$174 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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nethybridge hotel nethy bridge
LOCATION
United KingdomScotlandScottish HighlandsBadenoch and StrathspeyNethy Bridge
NUMBER OF ROOMS
70
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