Whether returning from a day in the hills, or celebrating that special occasion, at the Old Bridge Inn & Bunkhouse you will always be made to feel welcome.
The ever popular Old Bridge Inn is nearing the end of its refurbishments, following the flood of Storm Desmond, back in December. A new look, a new menu and a few new twists lie ahead. The much anticipated re-oening date is 6th May 2016, with the John Langan Band and DJ Wook providing the sound track. There will be a £5 entry charge, which is going to the Nepal Earthquake Disaster fund.
Well known for its friendly atmosphere, great food, live music and unique riverside setting. Enjoy the outlook onto the Spey, surrounded by old pine trees, a quiet corner of Aviemore, in the heart of the Cairngorms. Locally sourced, innovative, seasonal food and drink to be enjoyed in the lounge by the fireside, or in the classy restaurant area.
The bar has a real local focus too, with five cask ale pumps and an array of single malt whiskies, from Speyside and the rest of Scotland. The gantry is stocked with the best spirits and liqueurs from around the world, to satisfy the keenest of bar-flies.
Regular live music, with traditional and contemporary acts from Scotland and beyond.
Sunday to Thursday: Midday to midnight
Friday and Saturday: Midday to 1am
Food served: 12-9pm Saturday and Sunday
12-3 / 5-9pm Monday to Friday (snack menu 3-5pm)
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