Located in the North East of Scotland, Speyside is the heart of Scotch whisky and is also home to our unique working Woolmill, where is has excited on the same site for over 230 years.
All within a 45-minute drive from the Woolmill, we have compiled a list of our top 3 places to stay in North East Scotland.
1. The Craigellachie Hotel
Built in 1893, the Craigellachie is a small 26-room hotel, located in the heart of the Malt Whisky Trail in Speyside.
The hotel feels like a countryside family home, with Egyptian cotton sheets and classically designed bathrooms. Five of the rooms have access to the garden, and dog beds are available on request.
The Quaich at the hotel is the worlds leading whisky bar, with over 900 single-malt whiskies from across the world.
Phone: 01340 881204
The Craigellachie Hotel is 14-minute drive from the Woolmill.
2. Blervie House
Blevie house, located in a rural setting at the edge of the village Rafford, was bought by Graham and Sheena Thompson in 2014.
It has since undergone a substantial renovation project, leaving the house with a modern heating system and updated decor. Despite the modernisation, Blervie has kept its true character with Historic Scotland listed features.
During the renovation, memorabilia was discovered indicating the house has been used during World War 2 for army training!
Blervie House is a 24-minute drive from the Woolmill.
3. Boath House
Located outside the village of Auldearm, near Nairn, the award-winning Boath House is a luxury country house.
The house was purchased as a ruin by the Matheson family in the early 1990's, and took 6 years of renovation to bring the building up to its current listing as a grade A mansion.
Set in 22 acres of gardens, Boath House features an eclectic mix of tradition with contemporary influences - each room is individually decorated.
Phone: 01667 454896
Boath house is a 42-minute drive from the Woolmill.