Unmissable tourist sites
Braemar Travel guide
Braemar : Michelin's recommendations
Set in a mountainous landscape, this fragmented town is a lively holiday resort in summer. The two original villages grew closer until joining together at the junction of two southern roads. The annual Braemar Highland Gathering is a popular event that members of the Royal Family never fail to attend.
Tourist attractions Braemar : Things to see and do
GB - Braemar AB35 5XR
This fortified, L-shaped house, slightly back from the road, was built as a hunting lodge in 1628. It was burned down by Farquharson of Inverey, an ancestor of the present owners, rebuilt and reinforced by the addition of a star-shaped curtain wall a..
Mar Road GB - Braemar AB35 5YL
Built as a hunting lodge in the 19th century by the Duke of Fife, the Fife Arms Hotel offers en suite rooms with up-to-date décor and baths. The building retains many period features and the lounge has a magnificent open fire with the original coat ..
"6, Glenshee Road Braemar" GB - Ballater AB35 5YQ
"Braemar Lodge Hotel was formerly a Victorian shooting lodge and is set in extensive grounds two minutes from the centre of Braemar in the heart of Royal Deeside. Best described as a hotel with character, it has the air of a large family house t..
Main Street GB - BALLATER AB35 5YR
"The impressive baronial style of the Invercauld Arms dates back as far as 1645 when it was built as a coaching inn. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Grampian Mountains the Invercauls Arms is ideally located for golfing, fishing, walking..