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The Fife Arms Scotland

Located in pretty Braemar, surrounded by the Cairngorm mountains, The Fife Arms sits in an area famed for the Royal Highland games. The majestic landscape that surrounds the hotel is used as inspiration for inside, where every room is a celebration of Scotland’s rich heritage and craftsmanship.

Owned by the couple behind world-famous art gallery Hauser & Wirth, The Fife Arms perfectly balances traditional and contemporary art, with Queen Victoria’s watercolour of a stag’s head hanging next to Richard Jackson’s neon blown glass antler chandelier.

In total, there are 46 rooms and suites, each with its own theme – from ‘Scottish culture’ to ‘nature and poetry’ – with most dressed in tweed and oriental rugs, and featuring beautiful antiques. Large windows offer stunning views of the mountains outside, offering the chance to relax on your four-poster bed and gaze out at the landscape on your doorstep. But whichever room you choose, all are designed to make you feel instantly at home.

You’re in the heart of the Highlands, so make the most of the locale and head outdoors. As with every good sporting estate, there are boot, drying and gun rooms, with your dedicated ghillie arranging imaginative outdoor activities to put them to use. After a day exploring, recover in the Albamhor treatment rooms with a massage.

Dining at The Fife Arms is all about showcasing the finest seasonal produce. From fresh seafood and game to local whiskies, many ingredients are sourced from local gamekeepers and farmers. At The Clunie Dining Room, you can expect a fusion of fine dining with traditional Scottish fare. Or, head to the hotel pub The Flying Stag for less formal dining alongside a selection of over 180 whiskies, local ales, and live entertainment.


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