Today, Cragganmore House is a beautiful, family-run country house that has been lovingly restored to its former glory, and offers guests an unrivalled opportunity to step back in time, to a bygone era
Set in a secluded glen, Cragganmore House has glorious views to the River Spey and across to Ben Rinnes. Close to Dufftown, Rothes and Grantown Golf Clubs and Cragganmore, Ballindalloch and Glenfarclas whisky distilleries. Situated on the edge of the Cairngorm National Park, and beside the Speyside Way, this is an ideal location for exploring the many attractions of the breathtaking Highland and Moray regions.
For the energetic, Glenlivet Bike Trails are ideal, as is the Lecht Ski centre, with summer and winter activities. For those interested in historic houses, Banffshire and Aberdeenshire are full of them with Balmoral a wonderful day out over on Deeside and Ballindalloch on our doorstep! Being close to 2 salmon fishing rivers, the Spey and the Avon, day tickets can be bought from the estate or for the community water in Aberlour or Grantown. Shooting can also be arranged with Ballindalloch Estate. A visit to the Knockando Woolmill is a must on your tour round Speyside.
Award-winning, resident chef, Tony Allcott, and his wife, Helen, have owned and run Cragganmore House since 2000. Together, they provide friendly hospitality and culinary delights in luxurious and historic surroundings, where attention to detail is second-nature. For that extra-special visit, why not enquire about Tony's Cookery Demonstrations? Cragganmore House provides every home comfort while exuding the atmosphere of the Victorian age. A real 'Step-back-in-Time'.
|Double rooms with ensuite shower||£45 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|The Green Room||£39.50 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
|The Red Room||£49.50 Per person per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.