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Carrbridge Hotels and Guest Houses

Macdonald Lochanhully Resort
Carrbridge, Inverness-shire, Carrbridge, PH23 3NA
   +44 (0)1479 841234
Single from: £125.00
Double from: £125.00
per room per night
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Dalrachney Lodge Hotel
Grantown Road, Village, Carrbridge, PH23 3AT
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The town of Carrbridge, located in the gorgeous and historic Scottish Highlands, is home to less than a thousand people. But despite its small size, or perhaps because of it, Carrbridge carries itself like a big city and its residents, as sparse as they are, couldn't be happier to be living in the lovely and admirable town. After all, the town of Carrbridge is flush with amazing sights that people from all over the world come to gaze upon and, though the population in the town only reaches the triple digits, this doesn't account for the many people who flock to Carrbridge during tourist season.

The main reason for Carrbridge's remarkable popularity has to do with the fact that the town is considered one of the gateway towns to the Cairngorns National Park. This incredible park offers some of the most stunning visceral stimuli of any location in the entire world and, not surprisingly, Carrbridge is often chosen by these vacationers as their temporary home away from home as they rest and recuperate from the nonstop action and adventure that the Cairngorns provide. Many of the people who come to Carrbridge in order to experience the Cairngorns are of course nature lovers but there is also a large group of folks who come to Carrbridge during the winter in order to take part in the many exciting slopes to be had in the area. Carrbridge has been a very popular skiing town for many years and it was in fact one of the first places in Scotland to become a skiing destination.

Carrbridge is more than just a gateway to the Cairngorns National Park, though. The town itself has plenty of fantastic sights and one needn't simply visit Carrbridge as a jumping off point to grander pursuits. Among these sights, the most popular is no doubt the famed packhorse bridge that can't be missed in town. This is the oldest stone bridge in the entire Highlands area, having been built in 1717, and it is one of the best photo opportunities in the area. Unfortunately, it is recommended that visitors and residents alike avoid walking on the bridge because it is in a rather advanced state of disrepair. Much of this is due to the fact that the bridge was damaged during the famed "Muckle Spate". The Muckle Spate was the name of a massive flood that occurred in 1829 and had damaged a large portion of Northeast Scotland. Though it is extremely unfortunate that the bridge isn't standing in its full glory, it is at least somewhat beneficial that the bridge still stands at all and for this we should be, at the very least, a little thankful. Carrbridge is the kind of town that bounces back from misfortune, though, and it shouldn't come as a surprise that its storied bridge is still suspended proudly for all to see. Many may visit Carrbridge because it is located so close to so many beautiful landmarks but the truth of the matter is that Carrbridge itself is one of those beautiful landmarks.

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