Highlands and Western Isles CAMRA

Campaign for Real Ale


125 Grampian Road
PH22 1RL
Telephone(01479) 812255
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Opening times: 12-12
Regular beers: Belhaven 1719, Belhaven --varies--, Inveralmond Ossian

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Located in the middle of Aviemore, The "Bally" re-opened its doors mid September 2019 after a short closure for major refurbishement and offers three real ales from Belhaven, or their "guest list", and a font offereing Thistly Cross cider.

On cooler days, a wood burning stove radiated its warmth and welcome.

The lunch, dinner and kids menus offer well chosen dishes to satisfy those just looking for a light snack to meals for the hungry.

Six en suite bedrooms offer cosy accommodation

Aviemore lies inside the famous Cairngorm National Park and it the hub of the local year round tourist industry, with snowsports during the winter, and hill walking and watersports during the summer.

Served by a main line service, it is possible to get a train direct from London, alight at Aviemore, cross the platform and take an onward journey on the Strathspey Railway which runs steam trains nearly all year.

Please note, The pub was called the The Balavoulin many years ago, but was renamed Mackenzies Highland Inn before "re- establishing" itself during the summer of 2019 and is now run by Struan and Angie Robertson.

Please note, - more pictures to follow.