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Welcome to The Pines Country Guest House

Address: Duthil, Carrbridge, PH23 3ND

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By Car (from the south): - From Perth follow the signs for the A9 to Inverness - Then take the turning for Carrbridge. - Continue on through the village of Carrbridge, then turn right onto the A938 Grantown-on-Spey road. - Travel 2 miles (3.2 km) to Duthil. - The Pines Country Guest House is the 5th house on the left, with the crossed skis on the signpost. From Aberdeen, there are 2 routes: By Car (from the east/Aberdeen): - Huntly to Dufftown. - Then onto Aberlour A95 to Grantown-on-Spey. - Continue on the A95, turning off at Dulnain Bridge towards Carrbridge on the A938. - Travel 5 miles (8km) to Duthil. - The Pines Country Guest House is the 3rd building on the right, with the crossed skis on the signpost. By Car (from the east/Aberdeen): - Banchory to Ballater. Then take the A939 Corgarff to Tomintoul road. Continue on the A939 to Grantown-on-Spey. Then take the A95 and turn off at Dulnain Bridge towards Carrbridge and then follow the instructions above.

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Boat of Garten Golf Club - Boat of Garten - Golf

Boat of Garten Golf Club - Boat of Garten - Golf

Distance 3.35 miles (5.37 km)
Established in 1898 and designed by one of the grand-masters of golf course architecture - James Braid, "The Boat" is not only a demanding test of sporting skill but also a magnificent setting for the game. This Highland grandeur, depending on the day, can inspire high achievement or, in the more common event of disappointing performance, affords the comfort and consolation of communing with nature in uniquely attractive surroundings. Popular with visitors, from both home and abroad, the course has become firmly established as a "must" for those enjoying a golfing tour of the Scottish Highlands.

Abernethy Golf Club - Nethy Bridge - Golf

Abernethy Golf Club - Nethy Bridge - Golf

Distance 4.82 miles (7.71 km)
Established in 1893, Abernethy Golf Club is located on the B970 road between Grantown on Spey and Coylumbridge, just north of Nethybridge. On most days, it is possible to "walk on", without a reserved tee time. Families are welcome and handicap certificates are not required. For those without clubs we have a few sets for hire. Abernethy is a traditional Highland golf course, built on natural moorland, and surrounded by majestic pine trees. The course is suitable for golfers of all standards. Casual visitors will cope pefectly well with the friendly course layout while low handicappers will need to bring their very best short game to score well.