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Osborne House is the home of Heather and Neil Allan. It is a pretty, Victorian house in a secluded location but close to the centre of Ballater village.
The house has a large colonial style verandah overlooking the garden and is surrounded by greenery all sides. It is at the start of the Seven Bridges Walk which passes through oak woods and fields to a white pedestrian suspension bridge across the River Dee.
Heather and Neil look forward to giving you a warm welcome. Guests who arrive at tea-time are offered tea or coffee and a complimentary slice of homemade cake or flapjack.
The village of Ballater is on the Victorian Heritage Trail that leads through Royal Deeside. Queen Victoria's private railway carriage is on display at the restored Ballater Railway Station and the village has a parade of privately owned shops as well as unsurpassed restaurants.
Around Ballater are picturesque walks for all levels. Golf, tennis, hill-walking, rock-climbing, mountain-biking, salmon-fishing and ski-ing in season are available.
In 2012 Heather and Neil were delighted to be featured in Country Living magazine's article on the Cairngorms National Park.
Overseas guests are very welcome. Heather and Neil both speak good German. Wherever you are from they will be happy to help you make the most of your stay in this beautiful Highland village.