Victoria Street, Craigellachie
You can be sure of a warm Highland welcome at Craigellachie, a delightful country-house hotel set within spectacular surroundings on the edge of the River Spey, overlooking the famous Telford Bridge built in 1814. The Craigellachie Hotel was built in 1893 and is enviably positioned in the heart of Speyside; home to some of Scotland's finest whisky distilleries. The famous Quaich Bar boasts one of the largest stocks of over 750 single malt whiskies from Scotland and beyond.
Private whisky tastings are our forte. Allow our whisky master to guide you through the fascinating world of Scottish whisky. Relish our fine local cuisine served in our 1 rosette Ben Aigan Restaurant or, if you wish simpler fare, dine in Bremners Bar.
Located where the Fiddich and Spey Rivers meet at Aberlour, the Craigellachie Hotel is the perfect spot for angling enthusiasts to land some of the world's finest wild salmon. Uninterrupted views over this splendid verdant countryside are simply breath-taking, and for those of you in search of active pursuits, from deer stalking to clay-pigeon shooting, or tubing to skiing, discover for yourself the countless activities on our very doorstep. At the end of your day, enjoy the welcoming warmth of the pine scented roaring log fires and snuggle up in the drawing room or library with a wee dram.
Get an Ordnance Survey map covering the Speyside area.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Craigellachie Bridge - 0 miles (Historic Building)
Balvenie Castle - 3.5 miles (Castle)
Little Conval Fort - 3.5 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Mortlach Battle Stone - 4.2 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Mortlach Kirk - 4.2 miles (Historic Church)
Auchindoun Castle - 6 miles (Castle)
Inveravon Symbol Stones - 8 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Marionburgh Cairn - 8.4 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Ballindalloch Castle - 8.5 miles (Historic House)
Old Bridge of Avon - 8.6 miles (Historic Building)
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