High society could soon be descending on a rural town in the heart of Aberdeenshire after the reopening of a stunning country escape.
The Fife Arms, in Braemar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, has finally finished an extensive transformation from traditional country house into a stylish hotel by gallery owners Hauser and Wirth, and it couldn’t look more regal.
The village of Braemar, in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, is a location full of serene landscapes and tranquil nature, and is even a favourite destination of the Queen, who visits the region annually for the Braemar Gathering, the most famous highland games in Scotland.
Located in the heart of Braemar, The Fife Arms has been completely transformed from a humble coaching inn into a must-visit escape for those looking to experience traditional Scottish culture by Ivan and Wanuela Wirth, the international gallery owners who have hotel properties in London, New York, and Hong Kong.
The 46-bedroom hotel, which was reopened by Prince Charles and Camilla at the beginning of 2019, aims to impress guests with bespoke Scottish highland decor and luxury amenities.
Boasting individually designed bedrooms and suits, the Fife Arms offers a spa, restaurant, library, bar aptly named “The Flying Stag”, playroom for the kids, impressive gardens, and over 16,000 original works of art and antiquities on display all over the property.
The rooms vary from affordable croft rooms, featuring comfortable box beds and decor in keeping with the surrounding landscape, to larger luxury suits that include fourposter beds, deep traditional baths, and impressive in-room amenities.
Prices for a one-night stay range from £146 for a croft room up to £715 for the luxury suits. To book visit The Fife Arms Hotel Online.
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