Toured a few of the distilleries through Speyside and stayed in both Dufftown and Aberlour. I consider myself a frequent traveler and booked a four person trip throughout thhe Highland, Angus and Edinburgh.
We had a fantastic time and met some of the most friendly folks.
Regretably the four of us (my wife, brother in law and sister in law), reserved a room for one night. Our only upside for the stay here was that it WASN'T two nights. The service was not great. The rooms were dingy and cold.
I've never written a review before on Trip Advisor, but felt compelled to tap out a few lines on this location so the next poor sop who's wife wants to book a night here, might have a little additional assistance.
(FYI. We ate at the Mash Tun and the food was very good. If you can't book at the Mash Tun, this hotel isn't a good #2. I would have rated this worse, but it did have a roof)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Aberlour Hotel is a lovely family run hotel, situated in the heart of Scotland's Malt Whisky Country.Family and Dog Friendly, there is a varied menu serving fresh home cooked food using the finest local produce from the humble sandwich through to scallops and steaks to venison casserole. The well-stocked bars offer cask ales and a variety of drams from Speyside and further afield. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Aberlour Hotel Scotland