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In the middle of the week, we began making plans for a stay in Craigellacie for the upcoming weekend. Yeah, I know that was leaving it a bit late, but that's how it goes sometimes.
As it happens, using the booking.com site was convenient, but...More
Situated in the small village of Craigellachie, Highlander Inn is a perfect one or two night stopover for those wishing to fish the Spey or sample Malt whisky at the hotel's Whisky bar, (which has a selection of over 400 different whisky's, including a large...More
My husband and I stayed here for two nights in June whilst walking the Speyside Way. The staff were very friendly and the restaurant innovative and surprising given we were in a town of maybe 100 people. Bar selection also very notable, with hundreds of...More
Extremely disappointed with our visit. Salmon was OK, Chicken was undercooked, mash tasted like instant mash. Everything tasted microwaved, if I wanted a micro meal id have stayed at home. Poor choice of desserts on the menu. The only thing we enjoyed was our drinks....More
We hiked all day and the Highlander inn was in the perfect spot with lots of whisky choices and knowledgeable staff. Also great food. Rooms were small and bed small without ability to open many windows. But we really loved the bar and people
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US$134 - US$143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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...