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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...
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I wanted to love this place and was so excited to stay there. It’s a beautiful hotel with potential but it definitely is in need of a refresh such as the shabby carpet that is torn on the stairs. I was willing to overlook this...More
Having had several meals at the Craigellachie Hotel in the past and always enjoyed it immensely we thought this would be a safe bet to take our visiting relatives from Cheshire for a farewell meal.
Incidentally we travelled from Portsoy around 40 minutes away.
We stayed here for a quick night and it was a wonderful evening. Check in was very easy, and reminded us of our dinner reservations for that evening.
Our room was spacious and the view was gorgeous.
Before heading to dinner, we stopped in the...More
Really dislike having 12.6% service charge added to a bill for a bar meal ordered st the bar!
Food was tasty but the offer was more starters than lighter lunch options. We had Sausage and mash and burger and chips, from the rather limited menu...More
Excellent hotel for dog friendly. It was lovely to stay in a hotel where you could take your dog any where. Very clean hotel,and very friendly staff. The food was excellent and well presented. Would definitely stay at the hotel again.
Response from AnniebelleLondon | Reviewed this property |
the painting was not the problem for us , it was the poor attitude , road noise ( which cannot be avoided ) , the dirty rooms , restaurant and bar . We visited the Station hotel in Rothes at the weekend & the ambience... More
the painting was not the problem for us , it was the poor attitude , road noise ( which cannot be avoided ) , the dirty rooms , restaurant and bar . We visited the Station hotel in Rothes at the weekend & the ambience , service & dining was of a far far higher standard . but if you book to stay book a suite towards the back as it is also on the road . The cooperage at Aberlour is definitely worth a visit & Glenfiddich visitor centre .. further afield Elgin Cathedral ( ancient ruins ) & Lossiemouth beach / walk to lighthouse is wonderful too . have a great trip .