Scandinavian Village Ltd

Scandinavian Village,Aviemore,United Kingdom

  • Experience World-class Service at Scandinavian Village Ltd

    Found in Scotland’s Cairngorms National Park, Scandinavian Village in Aviemore offers high-quality accommodation beside these rugged mountains. Furnished with Scandinavian pine, its apartments offer free WiFi and parking. Two centrally heated bedrooms, one double room with new en suite facilities and one with twin beds, both have ample storage and hanging space, and reading lamps. There is also a pull out sofa bed in the living room which linen is supplied for. The main bathroom has a full-size bath and separate power shower. A spacious sitting room with excellent mountain views includes a large dining area, a TV with Freeview and a DVD player. DVDs are available at reception. There is a fully equipped kitchen, with cookware and crockery provided, which has an oven, hob, fridge freezer, microwave, dishwasher and coffee maker. In the heart of the UK’s largest national park, Aviemore offers a wealth of sporting activities, as well as a range of pubs and restaurants. The busy Highland city of Inverness is around 40 minutes’ drive away.


    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
  • reviews

    • Really good food

      Reviewed 28 July 2019

      I been to this steak house a lot of times and it never fails. The service is over the top and even though they moved it from end of the casino to the other . They still made it look welcoming and warming. The lobster macaroni is the best . I also recommend the porter house. The ambiance and the the way is decorated is very nice . I can't wait to visit the new location in the new part of the casino where is shaped like a guitar in the head of Hollywood Florida . I will continue to come here . They have amazing food .

    • Outstanding dinner

      Reviewed 26 July 2019

      Celebrated a special occasion here with some friends recently and food and service were exemplary. Chef James's kitchen staff prepared everything to perfection and our server Tim and the rest of the wait staff were on top of every point of service. A very memorable dinner that we would love to repeat.

    • steaks and lobster

      Reviewed 23 June 2019

      We enjoyed our filet and lobster but it wasn't anything outstanding. There salad was really great and huge so we were glad we chose to share.

      Rhonda B
    • Delicious

      Reviewed 17 June 2019

      This was our first visit and we will be back. We got there late as we were going to the show Friday, night at 8 PM. The waiter made sure to pick up the pace so that we could have dinner and make the show in time. Our appetizer was the Shrimp Cocktail and it was presented in a very modern way looked and tasted very good. We ordered the bone in Filet Mignon, with creamed spinach & baked potato (everything is a la cart). The cocktails ordered to go with dinner were perfect. All in all, food was delicious and service excellent. The restaurant reservations are recommended.

      Ana B
    • Just wow

      Reviewed 17 June 2019

      I was taken here by a client. Casino restaurants normally strike a bit of a warning note with me, but the client said the steaks here are life changing. Hmm, I thought. Starters - chop salad, crab, shrimp - all very good. Not amazing, but very good. Others enjoyed the oysters, but I dont eat oysters (a friend spent too long in hospital after eating one, but thats another story). But the council oak bacon - wow - I could just eat that all night, on its own, nothing else. And Im a Brit, given the slightest excuse Ill explain at length why Americans dont understand bacon. This was superb. Then the steaks. Wagyu New York strips. I asked for mine rare and thats how it came. The menu doesnt say what they cost and I wasnt paying, but I suspect its a lot. Whatever it was, it was worth it. Ive never eaten a steak that came close. I suddenly believe all those bizarre stories about how the cattle are raised. Melt in the mouth? Yeah, and then some. Words fail me. It was wonderful. Desserts were superfluous but I the client ordered them so I tasted them and they were nice. Im not really a desserts person though. We had wine as well. A Pinot noir, and a Tuscan red. Again, I didnt choose them and I suspect they were expensive, but they were very good. Squinting across the table without being too obvious, it looked like the bill for 3 of us (we all had the Wagyu New York Strip) came to something over $800. Well yes, but for those steaks, I might even consider spending that much of my own money if I ever go back.


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