Aberlour

Just because Aberlour is home to one of the finest single malts doesnít mean you should ignore the other attractiosn offered by this scenic village and the lovely Speyside country around it... Read More

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Hotels in Aberlour - 5 places to stay

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Dowans Hotel

Dowans Hotel

Set high above the village of Charlestown of Aberlour and overlooking the River Spey, this elegant country hotel is an ideal venue for shooting and fishing, and for whisky-lovers. The Dowans Hotel was built over 100 ... More | visit website

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Aberlour Hotel

Aberlour Hotel

A traditional, family-run hotel located in one of Scotland's most serene landscapes. With 22 letting bedrooms, each with a high standard of cleanliness, comfort and decor, the Aberlour Hotel is the perfect place to unwind ... More | visit website

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Craigellachie Hotel

Craigellachie Hotel

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Built in 1893, this country house hotel offers modern day comforts and facilities whilst capturing the charm of yesteryear. Found in the beautiful village of Craigellachie, at the confluence of the Fiddich ... More

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Eastbank Hotel (3.87 miles)

Eastbank Hotel

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The Eastbank Hotel is found in Rothes, right in the heart of the world famous 'Whisky Trail'. Surrounded by the most breathtaking scenery the hotel is situated in the centre of ... More

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Cardhu Country House (4.89 miles)

Cardhu Country House
An exclusive rural retreat in Speyside Whisky Country offering luxury bed and breakfast, self catering and fully catered and serviced accommodation. Cardhu House is at the very heart of the Whisky Trail where more than ... More | visit website
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Trochelhill Country House (9.70 miles)

Trochelhill Country House
Located in the heart of Moray, Trochelhill is set in 2 acres of beautiful rural Speyside, with the famous Whisky Trail on our doorstep. Many whisky distilleries are only a short drive away, Glen Grant, ... More | visit website
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Miltown House B&B (10.23 miles)

Miltown House B&B

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Miltown House offers modern, comfortable accommodation within a new extension to the old part of the house which dates back into the 1800ís. At Miltown House we are determined to ... More

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Premier Inn Elgin (12.37 miles)

Premier Inn Elgin
Conveniently located for Elgin bus and train stations. For shops and local amenities Elgin town centre is only 2 miles away. Our Elgin Premier Inn has everything you'd expect, incredibly comfy beds in every room and ... More | visit website
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The Lodge Elgin (12.45 miles)

The Lodge Elgin
We have a variety of bedrooms, all with warmth and comfort in mind to make you feel special. Breakfasts can be a feast or just a little taste, whatever the choice we only use the ... More | visit website
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Sunninghill Hotel (12.51 miles)

Sunninghill Hotel
The Sunninghill, built in 1869 by a retired merchant sea captain stands imposingly in its grounds which originally contained the buildings own orchard and stables. The Sunninghill is situated not far from Elgin's main shopping ... More | visit website
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Southbank Guesthouse (12.54 miles)

Southbank Guesthouse

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Southbank is a Georgian town house in the middle of Elgin and the Whisky Trail. It is a few minutes' walk from the town centre's shops and restaurants. The guest house is ... More

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Heather Glen Guest House (12.61 miles)

Heather Glen Guest House

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A warm, family-run guest house, situated in a beautiful area half a minute walk from Elgin town centre. Quiet and peaceful are the hallmarks of Heather Glen. The Guest House is situated ... More

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West End (12.68 miles)

West End

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Offering good food and warm Scottish hospitality, West End has a central location in Elgin and is well placed for shops, leisure, restaurants and attractions. The ... More

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