Glen Avon Hotel. Situated in the Moray village of Tomintoul, Scotland
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Famous and major moments from around the Tomintoul and Glenlivet area.

Tomintoul is an area famous for the three 'W's: whisky, walking and wildlife

The film "One last chance" was made in Tomintoul. The fictional village, named Tullybridge, was used extensively.

The story:

Tullybridge is a one-horse town in the middle of nowhere in the Scottish highlands. Nothing much happens in Tullybridge until close friends Fitz, Nellie and Seany accidentally find gold. The discovery triggers a series of increasingly absurd and desperate events. One Last chance was filmed in a variety of locations across Scotland.

Directer: Stewart Svaasand
Starring: Jamie Sives, Kevin McKidd, Dougray Scott, Neve McIntosh, Iain Robertson, James Cosmo, Ralph Riach, Jimmy Chisholm, Ewan Stewart

In 1853, Queen Victoria visited Tomintoul

Queen Victoria described Tomintoul as a 'tumbledown, miserable, dirty-looking place'. A century later, the village had been transformed, and is now a thriving clean tourism destination, with people coming from all over the world to sample Whisky and the stunning surroundings.

Tomintoul, the highest village in the Scottish Highlands!

Tomintoul nestles at a height of 354m or 1160ft on the northern slopes of the Cairngorm Mountains.

Scottish tourist rating inn quality. Solo, Switch , Visa and Mastercard credit cards accepted
Glen Avon Hotel, The Square, Tomintoul, Banffshire.
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