Braemore Estates overtake the downturn on the A9
July 17 2008
This supportive mix of uses aims to attract passing commuter and tourist trade along a stretch of the A9, 14 miles south of Inverness. Braemore perceive a gap in the market for this type of facility in an area which is under represented by quality restaurant facilities. Consequently a rapid site start is envisaged irrespective of media concerns of an economic downturn.
The project adopts an unmistakeably Scottish vernacular utilising log fires, flagstones, slate and stone with views across Strathdean and the river Findhorn.
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