This Hotel takes you back in time with large rooms, a grand staircase, and a whisky bar! We had a corner room with a view of the town. Reception staff very helpful with ideas and directions. Included breakfast was tasty but dinner in the bar was just okay with minimal service. Went the next night to Aberlour (10 min. away) and had dinner at the Mash Tun (make reservations couple of days ahead). We didn't eat at the hotel restaurant. There isn't much to do in the town but we did walk down and explored the Spey River at 10 pm. When we came back to our room, we had hot chocolate waiting! The best part was, of course, the decanter of scotch waiting for us in our room at the end of the day.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the heartland of the malt whiskey industry, the idyll enjoyed of the Craigellachie Hotel is almost unrivalled anywhere in Scotland. Combining the style and elegance of a bygone era with the most modern of hotel facilities, guests can enjoy marvellous accommodation in any of the 26 en-suite rooms. Choose one of the Master Rooms or Mini-Suites which overlook the River Spey and the famous Craigellachie Bridge built in 1814. Dining experiences will only but delight, with the Ben Aigen Restaurant offering a range of traditional dishes. After a meal, relax in the Quaich Bar and select one of the 700 single malt whiskies that adorn its walls. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Craigellachie Hotel Scotland