6. 1 on ground floor.
drawing room, dining room, free Wi-Fi, in-room TV (Freeview), ¾-acre garden, unsuitable for disabled.
not under 10.
per person B&B £75–£85, D,B&B £100–£125. À la carte £45.
Good Hotel Guide Review
‘Probably the best small hotel we’ve visited,’ a guest says this year. Next to woodland, William and Sonia Marshall’s Victorian country hotel is ‘a well-run and caring operation’. ‘The hands-on hosts gave us a very warm welcome.’ Fans like the traditional atmosphere. There are plenty of books and ornaments; an open fire burns in the marble fireplace; original features have been retained. From first- and second-floor bedrooms, look out over greenery and local woodland. ‘Our spacious bedroom was extremely comfortable and very well appointed’; bathrooms are ‘immaculate’. Guests gather in the ‘well-decorated’ lounge for amuse-bouche and drinks before dinner. In the dining room, Sonia Marshall’s ‘superb’ daily-changing four-course dinner might include game terrine, home-made onion marmalade, sweet poached pear; fillet of sea bream, orange and ginger glaze. Wake up to ‘generous’ servings of coffee at breakfast; an ‘excellent’ poached egg and kipper are cooked to order. The hotel is on the Speyside Malt Whisky Trail: whisky aficionados have an ‘extensive and impressive’ list of fine malts and rare single-barrel casks to choose from.
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Two and three nights all-inclusive winter/spring breaks. We have an award winning restaurant, fine wines and over 60 malt whiskies, including some rare casks. We are very small with just six luxury bedrooms. So why not treat yourself? Prices include en-suite accommodation, Dinner, full Scottish breakfast and VAT. Two and Three nights all inclusive from £80-£85 per person per night. Available January to April.To benefit from this offer, please mention The Good Hotel Guide when booking.