Come to stay with us at Crubenbeg House and you can look forward to a relaxed, informal & friendly stay with all the comforts and facilities you’d expect from a 4-star. That’s a promise.
Built in 1989, in traditional style, where 2 farmhouses had stood for 200 years, Crubenbeg House is set amid Scots Pines at the foot of Crubenbeg Hill. It is a delightful, peaceful location with stunning views from every guest room across Glen Truim to the range of hills between Glen Tromie and us.
A 3 or 4 minutes walk down our drive takes you to a wee stone bridge from which you can admire the Falls of Truim. Here the river gushes its way through a series of narrow gullies before settling down to meander along the valley bottom for a couple of miles to its confluence with the Spey.
Close at hand is everything that The Cairngorms National Park has to offer – mountains, heather moors, forests & estates, rivers & peaceful glens, the abundant wildlife, walking, climbing, cycling & of course, skiing. Also in easy reach are Whisky Distilleries, the RSPB Osprey Centre, horse riding, watersports & off-roading to name but a few other activities.
“What we have to Offer”.
Whether you prefer a cosy double bed, a super-king, twin beds or our fabulous King-size 4-Poster, each
spacious bedroom is individually decorated, very comfortably furnished & is equipped with everything you
need to relax. Three of our rooms have luxury en-suites (two with bath & shower), the other has private
facilities just a short step across the landing. All the rooms offer spectacular views for you to enjoy.
One of our rooms, on the ground floor, offers the same luxury accommodation as our other rooms, and also meets Category One standards for guests with disabilities. In addition to the facilities in the room and the en-suite, there’s a dedicated parking space right outside, ramped access to the private entrance and a level route via an internal door to the rest of the house.
After a good night’s sleep, you’ll join our other guests round the antique dining table for breakfast. In
addition to the juices & cereals, there’s the infamous “Crubenbeg” Porridge, fresh fruit, yoghurt, ham &
cheese, kippers or, of course, a freshly cooked breakfast with free-range eggs, George Gow’s local sausages, haggis & black pudding and Irene’s home baked bread. Our pancake breakfasts are to die for and we offer a great choice for Vegetarian Guests too!
Our Guest Lounge has lots of comfy seats - a large, sumptuous, traditional 3-piece suite, a very comfy sofa and a couple of accommodating Edwardian Parlour chairs. With its open fire, this is the perfect place to put your feet up, to read, to chat, to write your postcards or daily diary or simply to relax & doze. We offer superb, home-cooked dinners 5 nights a week, except during July & August, and we’re licensed too so that you can enjoy a glass or two from our selection of wines, spirits, malts & local beers.
We have complimentary WiFi a drying room, ample secure storage for bikes & equipment and plenty of
Lastly we welcome well-behaved dogs. We should, however, point out that we are a no smoking Guest
House and our Guest Lounge & Dining Room are Mobile Phone Free Zones.
How much does all this cost?
Not as much as you might think!
Our en-suite B&B tariff runs from £34.50 in low season to £42.50 in the summer,
our 4-Poster from £37.50 to £45.00 and our double with private facilities from
£29.50 to £37.50. Single guests are most welcome with B&B from £37.50 to £47.50. -
All prices are per person per night.