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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 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.
The Craigellachie hotel is a traditional Scottish hotel with a modern twist.
We spent the night at this hotel for a charity event last Saturday and we had a very pleasant stay.
Our room - Comfy Luxe, was very spacious with an enormous modern (Very...More
Couldn’t resist another trip to this excellent hotel as had such a great time before. Set in beautiful scenery, and in an excellent location for many popular attractions, this luxurious hotel has everything you could want. The rooms are superb, the staff excellent and the...More
Very charming and relaxing place. Nice decor and very comfortable room, updated bath with nice fixtures and wainscoting. Near the banks of the Spey river, so be sure to wander down there! Wish we could have stayed more than one nite! Friendly staff and food...More
We where here maybe 5 years ago, now this time with the whole family for a night on a whiskey tour of Speyside. The hotel has new owners and is fully renovated and has even changed color on the outside. The rooms are very nice,...More
Very comfortable dog-friendly hotel that is much better than its 3 star rating suggests. We were able to take our dog in the bar and they set a table for us in the bar for breakfast the next morning. Plenty of parking in front of...More
Response from FrequentTraveler039 | Reviewed this property |
No they do not have AC and very few hotels in Scotland do. Probably only the new ones. Normally you do not need AC in Scotland unless it is a summer like this one. If road noise is an issue, bring ear plugs. I had the... More
No they do not have AC and very few hotels in Scotland do. Probably only the new ones. Normally you do not need AC in Scotland unless it is a summer like this one. If road noise is an issue, bring ear plugs. I had the windows open and I was fun, esp. since I am sensitive to the heat.
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 .