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Craigellachie Hotel
Victoria Street


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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 and the Spey rivers, this hotel offers an idyllic setting in which to savour the style and elegance of a by-gone era. The famous Spey Walk runs by the hotel, providing majestic, uninterrupted views over forest, river and mountain. There are a wide range of activities on offer here, including the Whisky and Castle Trails. Set in spectacular countryside, the Craigellachie is a true haven of Highland hospitality.

The North East of Scotland is renowned for its local produce, from prime Aberdeen Angus beef and Cabrach lamb, to Moray Firth seafood, shellfish and river salmon. Our Ben Aigen restaurant sources the very best of this daily to give you a memorable and enjoyable dining experience. The Craigellachie Hotel offers extensive conference facilities, attentive staff, spacious, naturally lit meeting rooms, catering and the opportunity to unwind after business in the Quaich bar.

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