Callater Lodge

Tel: +44 (0) 13397 41275
Email: bookings@hotel-braemar.co.uk
Callater Lodge Guest House, 9 Glenshee Road, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, AB35 5YQ

Scottish Tourist Board 4 Star Guest House AA 4 Diamonds Guest Accommodation
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Welcome to Callater Lodge

A Victorian Villa built in 1861 of local granite stone, Callater Lodge stands in spacious and attractive grounds.

A family run licensed Guest House we pride ourselves on our guests warmth and comfort. In the winter months the Guest house is heated throughout, 24 hours a day, so a warm welcome is always guaranteed.

Callater Lodge is a quality Guest house and is the only establishment in Braemar to be awarded 4 stars by the Scottish Tourist Board and 4 stars by the Automobile Association.

The pretty village of Braemar, some 8 miles from Balmoral Castle is the gateway to Royal Deeside and the Cairngorms, surrounded by fine hills Braemar is an ideal base for walking, climbing, skiing, golf, cycling, fishing and other outdoor activities.

Callater Lodge Guest House provides easy access to some of Scotland's wildest areas and is located within the Cairngorm National Park.

For the tourist, in addition to famous beauty spots such as the Linn of Dee, there are nearby the Whisky Trail, Castle Trail and Victorian Heritage Trail and Nature Reserves.

Each year on the first Saturday in September the village is home to the world famous Braemar Gathering and Highland Games. Since Queen Victoria in 1848 these colourful and exciting games have been regularly attended by members of the Royal Family.

Rates and Offers

You can view all of our latest availability and book online simply by clicking on the calendar above and we guarantee that you'll get the best available rates direct from ourselves.

Great Winter Escapes

We have a range of offers available throughout the year - you may even want to follow us on Facebook to keep up todate with what's happening and maybe even the occasional exclusive offer.

We'd love to hear your experiences and publish some of your photographs and memories of visits to Royal Deeside.