Aviemore is located within the iconic Cairngorms national park. The village is affluent, sought after and continuously developing. There are in excess of 1.5 million visitors to the area annually, generating all year round tourist trade.
The capital of the Highlands, Inverness, also enjoys year round tourism, has an international airport and is located approximately 33 miles from Aviemore.
Aviemore’s stunning mountain surroundings and nearby lochs and glens make it a great location for tourists and sports enthusiasts to base themselves, with activities for all tastes and abilities nearby.
Aviemore, perhaps Scotland’s premier holiday town, is renowned for its mountain sports facilities including its Cairngorm mountain ski slopes and the funicular railway which allows for all to access the mountains. Summer sports include a wide range of water sports including windsurfing and kayaking along with spectacular mountain bike trails across the mountains.
The village itself hosts a range of hotels, guest houses, holiday home, bars, retail outlets and cafes, catering for the wide range of visitors and prides itself on being the hub of the national park.
The restaurant enjoys a fantastic location at the main entry to the village and route to the slopes. It is within walking distance of the main shopping centre, train station and bus station with nearby attractions including the world famous malt whisky distilleries along the Whisky Trail, the Highland Wildlife centre, Rothiemurchus and a wide range of sports facilities.
La Taverna offers an authentic, continental atmosphere, enhanced by the delightful alpine-style oil painted illustrations by local artist Ann Vastano, which decorate the wooden beams and pillars throughout.
The restaurant, situated at the entrance to an extensive holiday complex, has developed over the years on the site of a traditional ski chalet to become a vibrant and attractive eating and meeting place for locals and visitors to the area.
A seventy space car park is located adjacent to the property and attractive exterior patio area is popular with customers in fine weather.
The property has been developed in an alpine style and features a number of dining areas, a recently refurbished bar and meeting area, along with ladies and gents WC all to the ground floor.
La Taverna caters for approx. 200,000 covers per annum and it should also be noted that the restaurant currently closes for six to seven weeks each year and currently does not open until 12 noon. There is therefore the opportunity to further expand the business.
Also at ground floor level are excellent large, well planned kitchen facilities, store rooms, walk in refrigeration, cellar and staff facilities. The main public building comprises of 3,411 square feet (316.9 square meters).
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