Seafield Lodge is ideally placed within the Cairngorms National Park, an area of outstanding beauty, boasting a diversity of mountains, lochs, rivers and wildlife in abundance.
Originally home to the first Provost of Grantown-on-Spey, this traditional Victorian hotel dates back to 1879 and retains many original features, over the years it has been extended and modernised to offer the discerning visitor welcoming en suite facilities, television, internal telephone, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities. There are also two suites, Salmon and Trout, each having a separate sitting room, bedroom with a King sized bed and bathroom with spa bath.
For those needing to stay in touch WiFi internet access is available to guests.
The Cosy Lodge Bar is the place for an informal meal or perhaps sample one of over 85 single malt whiskys on display. The Seafield Restaurant offers a tempting a la carte menu (April-October) along with an extensive choice of wines to complement your meal. If you prefer, retire to the attractive residents lounge, put your feet up and perhaps read a book or catch up with the news on TV.
Seafield’s small but attractive, enclosed garden is available to hotel guests. On those warm sunny days enjoy a refreshing drink or just sit and take in some beautiful, fresh Highland air.
For those seeking some of the best action packed holidays available including, golf, fishing, walking, cycling, horse riding, birdwatching, white water rafting, rock climbing and many other outdoor activities the Highlands has the answer. If your preference is sightseeing, gentle woodland walks, visiting castles and places of historic interest you will find plenty to keep you amused. Add to all this the famous Whisky Distilleries in the area, perhaps a boat trip to hunt for the Loch Ness Monster and for the children the Landmark Adventure Park, the fenicular railway to the top of the Cairngorm Mountain or a trip on the steam train. Don't just dream it do it.
Environmental StatementEnvironmental PolicyHere at Seafield Lodge we are progressively trying to minimise the impact we are having on the environment. We have our own glass, cans, garden waste & paper recycling bins, other waste is disposed of professionally. On replacement energy saving appliances and lighting are being installed, radiators are thermostatically controlled and where practical energy usage is timed and controlled. Measures have been introduced in food production to reduce waste, energy use and unnecessary packaging, these are ongoing. Of course you are on holiday and your comfort is paramount,but we ask your help with the following:- Please switch off unnecessary lighting and heating, particularly when the room is unoccupied.Place empty bottles and glass in the containers in the car-park.If your towels are re-usable hang them to dry. If you require a change please place them in the bath or shower and fresh towels will be provided.Thank you for you help