Established in 1803

Originally established as an INN for weary travellers in 1803, the hotel has been sympathetically extended and refurbished over the years.
The Carrbridge Hotel, set in the magnificent Spey Valley, is ideally situated, due to its central geographical location, for exploring the Highlands.  Strathspey and Badenoch provide a wealth of facilities and attractions throughout the year for the whole family.
Golfing, loch or river fishing, horse riding, hill walking, mountain biking, canoeing and wind surfing are just some of the vast range of activities available close by.  Aviemore Mountain Resort, at the foot of the Cairngorms, is one of Scotland’s leading ski resorts and is only a 20 minutes drive.
We look forward to welcoming you at the Carrbridge Hotel.

Pack Horse Bridge

Directly opposite Carrbridge Hotel is one of the most iconic visitor attractions in the Highlands of Scotland.  The Old Packhorse Bridge across the River Dulnain at Carrbridge was built in 1717.    
The bridge was funded by Brigadier-General Alexander Grant of Grant, who paid 100 pounds to mason John Niccelson (Nicholson) to creat what is the oldest know stone bridge of this type in the Highlands of Scotland



Two Hour Drive

Within a two hour drive, North, East or West you can find a diversity of culture –
The Western Isles,  Isle of Skye, Oban and Fortwilliam, Edinburgh, Glasgow.
Duff House Country Gallery, Macduff Marine Aquarium, The Moray Firth Coast.
The Grampian Highlands, Royal Deeside, Aberdeen, Balmoral Castle and Crathie Church are to mention but a  few.