A place to relax and recharge the spirit and enjoy some of the freshest and finest award winning cuisine - AA Three Red Rosettes for culinary excellence - the only restaurant in the Cairngorms National Park to receive this accolade. A former tweedmill with stone walls, wooden beams & open fire, situated alongside the Gynack Burn in 4 acres of woodland, garden terrace. Good Hotel Guide Cesar Award Scottish Hotel of the Year 2017. . AA Inspectors'Choice Restaurant with Rooms 2019. Good Food and Michelin Guides 2020.
Informal fine dining restaurant with eight bedrooms set in a riverside location awarded AA Three Red Rosettes for culinary excellence - the only restaurant in the Cairngorms National Park to receive this accolade. A welcoming open fire and well spaced tables seating a maximum of 26 guests. Ingredients are sourced from local estates where possible, beyond that almost solely from within Scotland but with a few international additions to achieve the very best quality products. Set in four acres of woodland garden with red squirrels and roe deer regular visitors. We offer two menus for dinner and following the announcement of the temporary VAT cut to 5% our new prices including VAT are - 3 course dinner menu with choices per course at £48.50 and a 6 course tasting menu at £57. The tasting menu also offers optional wine matching. We are also open for lunches and afternoon teas - prior booking essential. AA Notable Wine List . AA Inspectors' Choice Restaurant with Rooms 2019 and Gold Award. AA Breakfast Award 2020. Good Food Guide 2020. Michelin Guide 2020. Good Hotel Guide 2020 and Good Hotel Guide Cesar Award Scottish Hotel of the Year 2017 .
October 2016 The Daily Mail - "Best of British" Good Hotel Guide Cesar Award Scottish Hotel of the Year 2017.
October 2016 The Scotsman - "great food, comfy quarters, lovely grounds", "a perfect getaway-from-it-all destination"
8th May 2016 Reviewed in Scotland on Sunday by Alison Gray who said " Superlative dining ", " A striking menu". A score of 90%
30th April 2016 reviewed in The Courier - " fabulous food", " wine lovers can lose themselves in the award winning wine list of more than 150 wines from around the world"
Scotsman Lunch Review 27 July 2013 - "My intense strawberry souffle was a creation of Godlike genius" and " what a place this is - a little sliver of heaven"
The Times Saturday 22nd November 2014 - Travel - The Cross is included as one of '30 great British winter weekend ' destinations.
Badenoch and Strathspey Herald Lunch review February 2015 scored 46/50
Five Star Magazine April 2015 " Relaxed, informal, delightful "
Press & Journal June 2015 " a delightful Highland gem ", " flavours so intense and rich "