The Old Bridge Inn

Real ales, fine food and friendly people

 

Since 2009 (and originally since 1982) The Old Bridge Inn has been bringing an inspired cocktail of premium drinks, first rate cuisine and live music to its cosy setting, on the banks of The River Spey.

Described as ‘a community pub, with international standards’, the Inn was a 2016 finalist in DRAM magazine’s National Gastro Pub of the Year Award and winner in the same category (North) at The Food Awards.

Recent renovation has enhanced the style and comfort, in this popular Highland gem, frequented equally by locals and visitors.

Along with the thoughtfully developed soundtrack and regular live shows, over 100 malt whiskies, five real ale pumps, home-made liqueurs and infusions, daily newspapers and a stack of board games and old books make up The OBI’s box of tricks.

Sit back and let this creative and passionate team deliver you an unforgettable experience.

They now have available a little home from home for you, just a few miles down the road from the Old Bridge.

Railway Cottage is a luxury 2 bedroom cottage, nestling right on the edge of Insh Marshes and at the feet of the Monadhliath Mountains and Balavil Estate.

The cottage enjoys some of the best views the Cairngorms has to offer and has a large garden from where to enjoy them, complete with fire-pit, large decking area, double hammock and plenty of secure storage for your bikes and skis.

Inside, relax by the log burning stove in the living room, while taking in the views, in great comfort.  All mod cons are featured, with 40″ smart TV, wit Netflix and Spotify, amongst other apps and a BOSE stereo, with radio and bluetooth/line in connectivity so you can enjoy your own music.

For full cottage information, details of availability, rates and to book, please visit our website here.

Dalfaber Road 23
Aviemore PH22 1PU Scotland GB
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The Old Bridge Inn Dalfaber Road Aviemore Inverness-Shire PH22 1PU Lunch is served every day from 12 until 3 and Dinner is served 5.30 until 9pm. Booking is strongly recommended, as they do get booked out regularly.