The Old Minister's House

Rothiemurchus, Aviemore, PH22 1QH, United Kingdom

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    Made to feel unwelcome as soon as we arrived
    Very rude landlady find some of previous comments unbelievable but she did say she knew all the right people to give reviews
    Location was noisy main road with boy racers driving by
    I don't normally right such stinging reviews but this place is truly awful .
    We will not be back

    Unique Quality: The land lady was exceptional rude when we asked for a cup of tea after travelling 12 hours to find her b&b

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Duthil Churchyare

by Helenaprice

Where is Duthil Churchyard and does it still exist? Thanks, Helen

RE: Duthil Churchyare

by leics

If you mean the old churchyard, then it does exist (sort of) but is now the Clan Grant Centre rather than a church (which closed in 1967). Some details here: http://www.cushnieent.force9.co.uk/Moray%20Churches/duthill.htm

It's about 9 miles from Aviemore. Map on this link: http://www.thepines-duthil.fsnet.co.uk/gettinghere.html

This b&b is directly opposite and had some info: http://www.glebebedandbreakfast.co.uk/localarea.htm

Travel Tips for Aviemore

Mainly skiing

by uglyscot

"Aviemore"

Before we moved to Scotland permanently, we would travel by train and we knew the journey was in its final stages when we reached Aviemore as this is the last major stop before Inverness.
Aviemore developed when it was a railway junction in 1898. When a chairlift was built in 1960 the town took off as a tourist destination by giving access to the ski slopes,
Nearby, at Glen More, is the only free-range herd of reindeer in the British Isles.

When we were young Aviemore was one of the destinations we would choose when we wanted a trip. My mother loved going there and browsing through the shops selling woollens and jackets, and we children would look at all the gifts displayed to catch the eye of the tourists.
As I got older , I began to appreciate the beauty of the landscape, whether the hills were covered with snow, which attracts the skiers, or not.

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