La búsqueda de la casa de huéspedes romántico ideal en Grantown-on-Spey no tiene por qué ser difícil. Bienvenido a Brooklynn Guest House, una fantástica opción para viajeros como tú.
Las habitaciones de Brooklynn Guest House ofrecen televisor de pantalla plana.
Y otra ventaja es que hay parking gratis disponible para los huéspedes.
Mientras estés en Grantown-on-Spey, quizás quieras probar algunos de los restaurantes que hay cerca de Brooklynn Guest House, como The Wee Puffin (0,4 km), The Craig Bar (0,4 km) y Sylhet Brasserie (0,5 km).
Si buscas cosas que hacer, considera The Craft Lounge (0,3 km), que es una atracción popular entre los turistas a la que puedes llegar andando.
Brooklynn Guest House te acerca lo mejor de Grantown-on-Spey, haciendo que tu estancia sea agradable y relajante.
I visited the Cairngorms on my own and chose to stay in Grantown-on-Spey. There are numerous B&B's in this area and after researching a wide variety of them I settled on Brooklynn and I am so glad that I did. I stayed for 4 nights from 24th - 28tyh August 2020. The B&B is run by Shona and Thorsten and you honestly couldn't wish to meet a nicer couple. They took over the B&B in December 2019 and having then been met with Covid 19 they haven't had many guests hence the lack of reviews. On arrival I was provided with a jug of iced water with lemon in it and two home made cookies (which are delicious!) The rules and requests around Coronavirus were made very clear, both Shona and Thorsten wore face masks whenever they were in public areas, there is plenty of hand sanitiser both at the front door, in the hallway and in your bedroom. Shona and Thorsten are continuing to decorate and update the property as by their own admission, it was in a somewhat neglected state when they took it over. Despite it being a work in progress, it is still a very warm, friendly and homely B&B to come 'home' to and rest after my days out in the Cairngorms. I stayed in Glenfiddich which is a twin room at the back of the property. The whole B&B and the room itself is so peaceful and quiet, something I really valued during my stay. I personally really like the big solid doors, they gave me a real sense of safety and privacy. The room was really big, with a large sash window looking out over a lovely garden which I later found is where they grow their soft fruits that you have with your breakfast. The beds are really comfortable, the pillows are nice and soft, and the duvet is really cosy and soft too, and I honestly slept like a log. The shower was really, really good, towels were nice, clean and fluffy, complimentary hand wash and shower gel were provided (it's from the Highland Soap Company and smells fabulous), and there's plenty of storage space in the room by way of a large chest of drawers and an ample built in wardrobe. The breakfasts are excellent too. You always start off with a home made, freshly baked muffin which changes each day dependent on what the owner's children fancy putting in it as they make the batter the night before. I had raspberry (grown in their polytunnel in the garden) and blueberry. You get a fresh pot of coffee, and essentially a starter and a main course! I had porridge which is made the traditional Scottish way, the oats are soaked overnight in water, boiled and then it's topped with a sprinkling of brown sugar and fresh raspberries from the garden. I also had cereal, the cooked breakfast and the waffles with banana and Nutella on top. Suffice to say, if you wake up with an appetite you will not be disappointed. Don't feel obliged to have everything, my justification was that I was walking up mountains whilst I was in Scotland and so needed the energy. I'm not going to review each element of the breakfast, the point being it is all home made, freshly cooked and it is evident that a lot of time and effort goes in to what is being served. I'd also hasten to add not to be shy if there is something you need or would like as Shona and Thorsten really will do all they can to accommodate you. Two stand out examples of this are that I needed a packed lunch when I was going on to the mountains. I asked Shona and specifically asked for ham and cheese sandwiches and a banana which is exactly what I got, along with a little pot of salad too. Shona was even so kind as to give me a couple of extra muffins for me and my guide who was accompanying me on my walks. When I came home both after being on the mountain I texted Shona in advance and asked if I could have some paper towels to dry my boots with. When I got back there was a tray for me to put my boots on at the front door, newspaper, blue roll and paper towels so that my boots might dry out a bit in advance of my next day's walking. It's things like this that make a lasting impression and allow excellent hosts to stand out from the crowd. It meant a lot and I was so grateful. I think it's also important to add in light of Coronavirus, that my bedroom wasn't entered during my stay, I was given ample towels and if there was anything else I needed, i.e. fresh bed linen for example, I only needed to ask, social distancing was maintained at all times, and when I needed top ups to my complimentary in room tea and coffee, again I only need ask. Breakfast had to be brought out to me for obvious reasons as a buffet couldn't be put on due to Covid restrictions. Thorsten is an English and German speaking guide who specialises in whisky tours, wildlife and nature tours, walking and photography tours. He was extremely helpful in advising me on where to go to get the best selection of whisky and where to spot specific wildlife. I have always wanted to see the elusive yet magnificent capercaillie and Thorsten knew exactly where to find them and when the best times are, though I was out of luck. Had I known in advance that Thorsten was a guide I would have undoubtedly booked him as he is an incredibly nice chap, very kind and friendly, and evidently knowledgeable too. Grantown is a 40 minute drive from Inverness which I would strongly recommend you visit, it's 20 minutes from Aviemore by car which, along with Grantown will meet all of your needs whilst visiting the Cairngorms. I honestly cannot recommend this little B&B highly enough. I stayed with two hosts who showed a real and genuine interest in me, my reasons for visiting Scotland, they wanted to know what my adventures had been like when I came down for breakfast, and Shona was able to recommend some lovely places to eat. You really couldn't ask for any more from two lovelier people who run a great little B&B which I will be returning to without hesitation. Shona and Thorsten, thank you so much for having me, for looking after me so well and for enabling me to have such a fantastic stay in the Cairngorms. See you soon!…
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