Old Bridge Inn23 Dalfaber Road
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Converted from a riverside cottage in 1982 and greatly enlarged, Old Bridge Inn lies on the road to the car park to the Strathspey Steam Railway, although there are normally places in their own car park opposite. On balmy summer afternoons, you can watch the River Spey gently flow past from the comfortable covered outdoor area. OK, wrap up and watch whilst the snow falls!
Thistly Cross Scottish cider is served alongside the four handpumps which offer local beers from Cairngorm (Trade Winds / Stag) and a rotating selection from Windswept. Further afield Williams Brothers and Fyne Ales Jarl has been seen regularly and normally Caledonian Deuchars IPA.
This is a very busy pub, popular with outdoor enthusiasts and booking is highly recommended for the restaurant with its menu, all with low food miles.
Local entertainment most nights, and a selection of games and books to pass the time away over a pint. Handy for the Strathspey steam railway. Children and dogs are welcome and there is a bunkhouse attached.
Live music plays twice weekly regularly featuring traditional and modern Scottish music and bands.