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Stayed here for one night during a holiday walking the Speyside Way. Our room was not part of the main building - in an annexe a few doors along. Lovely clean room with tea/coffee/biscuits and a large en suite bathroom with nice toiletries. We didn't...More
Driving through beautiful Speyside, we stopped for a drink and snack at this inn. Unfortunately no snacks available around 15 hrs. Drinks were fine, service too. Didnot go into the inn itself. Nice back garden, overlooking the river Spey.
We just stopped for dinner based on a local’s recommendation and the food was wonderful. All in all, we were there about 3 hours. Plenty of seating and when we arrived, we were warned that the kitchen was backed up. So we were there about...More
Myself and 3 friends just returned from a 2 night stay at the Highlander. We had booked the house which accommodates 5 and is located across the road from the Highlander Inn. It is only available to book for one group at a time so...More
I have never seen so much whisky as in this Hotel and the (Japanese) owner should have a PhD in whisky, he knows so much! I have, on a number of occasions, drank there, eaten there and stayed there. It is, par essence, a community...More
I'd say fly to Inverness, get train to Elgin (either from Nairn or Inverness, very good bus service to both from the airport) and taxi it from there to Craigellachie. Keith is actually closer on the railway to... More
I'd say fly to Inverness, get train to Elgin (either from Nairn or Inverness, very good bus service to both from the airport) and taxi it from there to Craigellachie. Keith is actually closer on the railway to Craigellachie, but getting a taxi in Keith might be a bit of a problem...no worries in Elgin though. Might be cheaper and easier to just rent a car at Inverness Airport, but I guess that depends how much of Dufftown's Finest you intend to imbibe...
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"Rooms in the main hotel are probably best. Others are in an annexe to the hotel."