Garden Park Guest House

Relax and enjoy a Highland Holiday, discover Speyside Scenery at the Challenge of the Cairngorms.

A warm welcome awaits you in Grantown-on-Spey, in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland and the elegant yet homely Garden Park Guest House.

Built in 1868, quietly situated in half an acre of well stocked attractive gardens close to Grantown Golf Course, Speyside river walk and pine forests.

Only a minute away is the High Street with its attractive range of family owned shops and eating places.

High quality accommodation - for business or pleasure.

6 en-suite centrally heated bedrooms.

Room 7 is our pet-friendly room so please ensure this is your chosen room.

We can't unfortunately accept bookings with pets in any other rooms and we will not be able to accept your stay should an alternative room booked.

Pet Fee GBP 5.00 each night.

IDEA FOR EUROPEAN TRAVELERS! We speak Italian, Swiss-German, German and English.

To Do: - Grantown Museum and Visitor Information Point - Grantown Golf Club - a beautiful 18-hole course - Anagach Woods - there are miles of woodland walks in these community owned woodlands.

The longest waymarked route is the red route which is 5.5 miles - Town Square and High Street - We have a wonderful town square and high street, with lots of independent shops and cafes, as well as stunning architecture dating back to the 1760's.

Follow the Grantwon Trail Map around our historic town - The Therapy Suite - Viewpoint Walk - The Walk takes approximately 1.5 hours.

- Highland Kilt Makers - Visit a traditional Highland Kilt Maker's shop in our High Street - High Street Merchants - Art gallery featuring manly local artists.

Also serve great coffee! - Craggan Outdoors - For the adventurous, activities include archery, par 3 golf, foot golf, disc golf, kayaking, gorge walking, and many others.

- The Old Cemetery - Fascinating to visit the old cemetery right on the River Spey - Mountain Bike Trails - Hire mountain bikes from BC Bikes in the Town Square - Fishing and Walking on the River Spey - Starting high in the Cairngorms and going out to sea at Spey Bay (172 km long), the River Spey is important for salmon fishing and whisky production.

- Old Spey Bridge - Built in 1754 as part of the military road from Coupar Angus to Fort George (near Inverness) and damaged in the big flood on 1829, it is a lovely bridge closed to vehicles.

- Grantown East - Built at the site of the old Grantown East railway station, this is a cultural and heritage centre with a lovely cafe in the original rolling stock.

Great pizzas from a proper pizza oven! And lots of other things.....

Our feature 4 poster room is the star with a bathtub and shower, quality and luxury and the 5 other rooms are not far behind.

We provide delicious breakfasts using all local produce.

Vegetarians and vegans will be happy with our breakfast menu card.

Stunning Victorian Villa, fantastic location, quality and luxury, friendly Highland hospitality.

Sarah and Daniel would welcome you..

Special Offer

Free Night Offer Stay 5 nights and get the cheapest 1 night(s) free Stays Between 01 Mar. to 31 May (inclusive) Valid for stays on ANY day of the week Four poster shower and bathtub (3), Sup. King-Size bathtub/shower (1) or Double en-suit/ PET frien (7)

Awards & Accreditations

Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Logo

Features & Facilities

  • Amenities Nearby (0.5 miles)
  • Car Park
  • Children Welcome
  • Electric Vehicle Charging Point
  • Ground Floor Rooms
  • Log Fire/Wood Burner
  • WiFi

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