The Deeside Inn-Ballater

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The Deeside Inn, which sits in the centre of the village of Ballater, offers you a warm welcome from their great friendly team of experienced staff. The hotel has a total of 55 rooms, all of which provide a welcoming and comfortable base for your stay in this beautiful part of the Grampian Highlands fishing the Upper River Dee. All  bedrooms offer  en-suite facilities so if you’ve enjoyed a hectic days fishing on the river bank, then relax in a hot bath or shower before dinner. There are tea and coffee making facilities in all rooms with Scottish short bread available as an accompaniment. Our well appointed rooms also offer 18 inch flat screen televisions, ensuring that you have the chance to catch up on the news or your favourite shows while you are on your break.

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There are many aspects of the hotel that will appeal to visiting anglers . The well stocked bar has over 60 single malt whiskies; thats always an attraction for fishermen who want to talk tales about their success, and of course the one that got away. The hotel is pet friendly which means dogs are welcome. Their experienced chef sources local produce from renowned sources such as Sheridans of Ballater to offer a wide range of tasty hearty meals. Meals are generally served between 6.30 and 9.00 pm; however the hotel can be more flexible with dining arrangements for groups of visiting anglers. The hotel will offer special fishermans rates for groups of visiting anglers so make sure you quote FishDee Rates when you call to make your reservation.

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