About us

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Scott and Jodi welcome you to Craigellachie Lodge

Combining the style and luxury of a boutique hotel with the relaxing atmosphere of a homely guest house.

Craigellachie lodge outside building and gardens

Located in the picturesque village of Craigellachie, in the heart of Speyside, we offer five luxurious en-suite guest rooms on either a bed and breakfast or exclusive self-catering basis.

Built in 1860 and set in two acres of grounds, the Victorian mansion sits up on the hill, overlooking the Spey Valley.

The bar

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For beverages and bites

Our newly opened bar for both residents, locals and the wider public has a great hand picked selection of whiskies, local beers, ciders, gins and other spirits and is complimented by a great wine offering. We try each drink before it gets a place in our bar and we try to source as many drinks as locally as possible. While visiting, we recommend checking out our light bites and boards menu to accompany your beverages.

Speyside

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Exploring the local area

Craigellachie Lodge is ideally located for a short walk to the famous whisky bars and restaurants, the Speyside Way Trail, Speyside’s only working Cooperage and the world renowned 200 year old Telford Bridge which spans the River Spey, and with half of Scotland’s whisky distilleries on our doorstep.

Craigellachie

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Craigellachie is a small Scottish village dating back to 1750, located in the very heart of the Malt Whisky Trail and proudly lies where the River Spey and River Fiddich meet; commonly regarded as two rivers with great importance to Scotch Whisky.

The village is home to two exceptional distilleries; Craigellachie Distillery and the multiple award winning Macallan Distillery which has recently undergone an incredible renovation and is now considered by many to be the best distillery in the world.

Craigellachie Lodge Village Map

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