All our prices are per person per night and are Directions - Kingussie is located close to the A9 trunk
The Cross inclusive of dinner, accommodation, breakfast,
Check our website Low Mid High
road, 45 minutes from Inverness and just over 2 hours
from Edinburgh or Glasgow. Kingussie railway station
provides direct access to Edinburgh, Glasgow,
Inverness and London. Regular flights from London,
at Kingussie for special offers! Belfast, and Bristol to Inverness.
From the traffic lights in the centre of Kingussie
travel uphill along Ardbroilach Road for 300 metres
Restaurant with Rooms 1 - 2 nights From From From
and turn left down Tweed Mill Brae.
£110 £115 £120 Quotes:
Tweed Mill Brae, Ardbroilach Road,
Kingussie, Scotland, PH21 1LB 3 - 5 nights From From From
"If you were thinking of uncorking a memorable bottle to
01540 661166 (tel) £100 £105 £110 go with a memorable meal, this is the place to do it"
Joanna Blythman. Sunday Herald. 27 December 2009
01540 661080 (fax)
email@example.com (e-mail) Accommodation and breakfast only – deduct "Good, honest food produced by someone sprinkled with
www.thecross.co.uk (website) more than a little culinary stardust". Richard Bath.
£50 per person each night.
www.thecrossatkingussie.blogspot.com (blog) Scotland on Sunday. 20 April 2010.
Single occupancy of double/twin bedroom –
from £40 extra per night.
Scottish Restaurant with Rooms of the Year
Children - one child can be accommodated for Scottish Wine List of the Year
£40 (room and breakfast) when sharing parents’ AA Five Star Restaurant with Rooms & Three Rosettes
Finalist Scottish Rural Restaurant of the Year
room – older children welcome for dinner. Finalist Roederer Wine List of the Year
VisitScotland Gold Award
Sorry - no dogs, no smoking, no mobile phones
in the restaurant or lounges Guidebooks:
Scotland the Best 2010
Dinner only – £50.00 (lunch not normally Scottish Food Guide
served except for 15+ persons) Michelin 2010
Rough Guide 2010
Good Food Guide 2010
Exclusive use - The Cross and its 8 bedrooms Good Hotel Guide 2010
is available all year round for special parties
and celebrations– inclusive prices from £1450. Members of:
British Hospitality Association
Opening - The Cross is open from the middle The Tourism Society
of February to the end of December, including Green Tourism Scheme – Silver Award
Hogmanay but not Christmas, and each week Masterchefs UK
CHECK AVAILABILITY & BOOK ONLINE normally from Tuesday to Saturday (but check
in advance especially in winter months).
views. Touched by a subtle Scottish to be short-listed for the 2010 Louis
theme, accommodation is neither Roederer Wine List of the Year.
Ritz nor Travelodge but is ideal for
a night’s stay or a short break of up
to five nights.
Situated in four Champagne
acres of riverside grounds – a & Prosecco are served on the
natural environment with an terrace in the summer – and flights
abundance of native trees, flowers, of local whiskies in a cosy lounge in
and wildlife – The Cross combines Good food is winter.
quality with simplicity and good food at the centre of things at The Cross
with a warm welcome. and the highly acclaimed dinner is
an important part of any stay. The
Built as a water-powered tweed mill
daily changing short menu features
in the late 1800’s, The Cross
carefully but simply prepared fresh
maintains the character and some
and seasonal Scottish produce.
of the original features of the mill.
Breakfasts include fresh squeezed
juice, local fruits in season, baked T he Cross is
croissants and a daily changing hot situated at the heart of the
dish featuring the finest local estate Cairngorm National Park and is
produce. accordingly ideally positioned as a
centre for all types of outdoor
The wine list at The Cross has won pursuits, including walking and
There are the AA Wine Award twice in five biking.
eight warm, pristine and years. It’s personal & quirky,
comfortable bedrooms with modern modern, mid-range, and champions Service is informal and personally
en-suites, most with king double small producers from around the supervised by owners Katie and
beds and some with riverside world. It’s the only Scottish wine list David Young.