The Craigellachie Hotel, in the beautiful village of Craigellachie near Elgin, was built in 1893 as a destination for the Victorians who visited to take in the clear, clean air and the stunning surroundings of Speyside.
Styled in the manner of a countryside family home, The Craigellachie is ensconced in the traditions of the region, while providing supreme luxury and a profound sense of relaxation. Given the stunning views of the surrounding River Spey Valley, as well as the famous Thomas Telford Bridge, rivers and mountains, you’ll soon see why.
The hotel’s Copper Dog Pub offers a fantastic home cooked menu, with everything from light meals to private dinners served in a unique environment across lunch and dinner. The cuisine is strictly-Scottish and locally sourced from across the Speyside region, with a great selection of local ales, and a carefully-chosen wine list to compliment.
Alongside this, The Quaich Bar stands as one of the foremost whisky bars in the world, with over 900 variants from every corner of the globe. And they’re all available by the glass!
Victoria Street, Craigellachie, Speyside, Banffshire, AB38 9SR, United Kingdom