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No.2
2 Castleton Terrace, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB35 5ZR

Office ~ 01339 887315
Mobile ~ 07500 832545
Email ~ hello@no2braemar.co.uk

Where we are

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How to get here

by car

From Aberdeen – 1 1/2 hrs

Travelling through Aboyne, Ballater to Braemar on the A93 along the stunning North Deeside Road you will wind your way though the hills and finally reach Braemar. This takes 1 hour 30-45 minutes from Aberdeen. Entering into the village you will pass the Invercauld Arms Hotel on the left hand side and just after the war memorial next to the hotel there is a turning to Castleton Place. A very short distance up the lane on the right there is a gravelled private road along Castleton Terrace. You will see the Weather Observatory in the front garden on the right and the house is the second on the left. There is space enough for two cars in front of the house. Please use the parking in front of our house rather than in front of other properties along the terrace. Further parking can be found over by the war memorial.

From Glasgow – 2 1/2 hrs From

Take the M8 and then the M80 to Bannockburn where the motorways merge into the M9 which will take you up through Stirling, Dunblane to Perth. From Perth the A93 Balmoral road will take you all the way to Braemar on the scenic Snow Road or what is often called the Victoria Heritage route. You will pass Scone Palace, Blairgowrie and the Spittal of Glenshee and drive through some of the most stunning Perthshire country side until you reach the Cairngorms mountains from the south. This will take 2 hours and 20 minutes from Glasgow. Entering the village of Braemar on the left you will pass the golf course, a camping site and the Braemar Lodge Hotel on the right shortly afterwards you have Castleton Hall and bearing to the right, on the right just past a house on the corner, (where Treasure Island was written by Robert Louis Stevenson) there is St Margarets Church. Take the turning up Hillside Drive and then the first on the left which is Castleton Terrace. A gravel road will take you to No. 2 which is the 5th house on the right in front of the Weather Obervatory. There is space enough for two cars in front of the house. Please use the parking in front of our house rather than in front of other properties along the terrace. Further parking can be found over by the war memorial.

From Edinburgh – 2 1/4 hrs

The M90 will take you all the way to Perth from Edinburgh and then on to Braemar along the scenic A93 route on the Old Military Road which is now famously called the Snow Road. Entering the village of Braemar on the left you will you will pass the golf course, a camping site and the Braemar Lodge Hotel on the right, shortly afterwards you have Castleton Hall. On the right, just past a house on the corner where Treasure Island was written by Robert Louis Stevenson, there is St Margarets Church. Take the turning up Hillside Drive and then take the first left on to a gravel road which is Castleton Terrace. No. 2 is the 5th house on the right in front of the Weather Observatory. There is space enough for two cars in front of the house, please use the parking in front of our house rather than in front of other properties along the terrace. Further parking can be found over by the war memorial.

From Inverness – 2 hrs

Take the A9 from Inverness until you reach the turning for Carrbridge A938. Follow this road for 6 miles through Carrbridge and just after Dulnain Bridge join the A95 towards Granton-on-Spey. Bypass Granton-on-Spey and head right over the Spey Bridge on the A95. Approx 1 mile after the bridge take the Old Military Road on the right to Tomintoul and Braemar A939. Some spectacular scenery will make your journey memorable, with part of journey enjoyed on the Snow Road. (During the winter months please check to see if this road is open after snowy weather. They do open this road very quickly after snow to get the skiers to The Lecht.) Follow the A939 road through Tomintoul, then turn left and then first right out of the village towards the Lecht Ski Centre, Cock Bridge and Corgarff Castle. Approx 4 miles after Corgarff Castle, turn right over the River Don towards Ballater and Braemar. Over a old hump back bridge at Gairnshiel Lodge turn on the B976 to Balmoral and then right on the A93 to Braemar.

Entering into the village you will pass the Invercauld Arms Hotel on the left hand side and just after the war memorial next to the hotel there is a turning to Castleton Place. A very short distance up the lane on the right there is a gravelled private road along Castleton Terrace. You will see the Weather Observatory in the front garden on the right and the house is the second on the left. There is space enough for two cars in front of the house. Please use the parking in front of our house rather than in front of other properties along the terrace. Further parking can be found over by the war memorial.

by air

There are regular UK internal flights to Scotland from London Heathrow, Luton, London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Belfast to name a few and are reasonably priced if booked in advance. International flights fly to some of the Scottish Airports listed below.

  • ~ Aberdeen ABZ: 1 hour 30 minutes to drive from the airport to Braemar.
  • ~ Edinburgh EDI: 2 hours 2 mins to drive from the airport, Braemar.
  • ~ Glasgow GLA: 2 hours 25 minutes to drive from the airport to the house.
  • ~ Inverness INV: 2 hours to drive from the airport to the house.

By Train

You can catch a train to Stonehaven, Aberdeen, Perth or Aviemore which are the nearest Train stations and from there you will have to hire a car.

Travel safely, and we look forward to seeing you.