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Cragganmore House B & B

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High River, Canada
Reviewed 14 June 2013

We can't say enough about Cragganmore House and Helen and Tony. We enjoyed our stay here and only wish we could have stayed longer. Upon our arrival we given tea and cookies in the main room. Such a lovely home.They are the friendliest people and will do anything for you. Helen creates a wonderful homey atmosphere and Tony cooks the...

1Thank Aurora6105
Reviewed 13 June 2013

Just go to this guest house. It's smashing! You will love it. Tony and Helen have created a comfortable relaxing atmosphere that will make you want to stay. Dinner is a must. Breakfast is great. I want to go back already. Absolutely the best place we stayed on our Scotland trip.

Thank gypsymaman
Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Reviewed 5 June 2013

We are regular visitors at the Cragganmore B&B. We can't rate them high enough. No sooner are we through the door on arrival and we are offered coffee and biscuits not to mention the hors d'ouvres. We have had the pleasure of staying in each of the rooms during our various stays and each one is unique, the hospitality special...

Thank Liz D
Asheville, North Carolina
Reviewed 31 May 2013

The other reviewers say it all. This place is very special, from the welcoming hosts to the lovely house to the incredible dinner (and breakfast). We even got to stay in the turret room, with a gigantic long bathtub, the first in my life where I can stretch out and not touch the ends. Tony and Helen were gracious and...

Thank pcumby
Bristol, United Kingdom
Reviewed 27 May 2013

We stayed one night at Cragganmore. The rooms were comfortable with original features but also all mod cons (not sure about Wi-Fi as I didn't try and login). On arrival we were served tea in the sitting room and were made to feel very welcome by the owners, Tony and Helen. Our three course evening meal was excellent and faultless...

Thank The_Weary_Walkers
Preston, United Kingdom
Reviewed 24 May 2013

Stayed here one night whilst walking The Speyside Way. Warm welcome from Helen the owner, though we weren't offered the customary tea and biscuits! There were tea making facilities in the room though. The house is decorated and furnished in the period so is quite interesting. Our room was spacious and warm. We were tired from the walking so didn't...

Thank Prudol
W Sussex, UK
Reviewed 15 May 2013

A classic victorian country house, with many original features, and beautifully restored / decorated by the owners. Our room - the Turret Room - was magnificent, with it's own turret and a fabulous cast iron bath. The evening meal was delicious, our host obviously being a first class chef. Do take your own bottle of wine though, as they are...

Thank Julian B
Reviewed 11 May 2013 via mobile

Our 4th time here and things are just as perfect as ever. Tony and Helen are the perfect hosts in this beautiful, period-furnished and decorated country house. You never feel like an anonymous customer here - everyone is welcomed into Tony and Helen's home as a true guest and friend. The worries of the world seem to melt away as...

Thank JamesGodbehere
Leeds, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 March 2013

An old distillery owner's house, lovingly restored by Helen and Tony, the current proprietors of this B&B right on the Speyside way. Helen has created a charming Victorian ambience. Full of antiques, with real fires in the sitting room and the dining room, the atmosphere and facilities are very much those of a traditional country house. We've stayed in the...

Thank Browneyedbird
Fraserburgh, United Kingdom
Reviewed 10 February 2013

clean comfy roam, very plesant hosts and the food was second to none, i had smoked salmon, followed by fillet steak, finished with an almond and apple slice. I only stayed one night, in the red room. The speyside way walk is practically on the doorstep, well worth a look, very senic.

Thank rstrachan80023

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  • Breakfast included
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
We would like to welcome you to a step back in time to how the house would have been in the time of John Smith, founder of Cragganmore Distillery and former owner of Cragganmore House. With quality and comfort in mind but in the Victorian style. Convenient for many outdoor activities, walking, fishing, cycling, shooting and skiing. ... more   less 

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Address: Cragganmore, Ballindalloch AB37 9AB, Scotland
Region: United Kingdom > Scotland > Moray > Ballindalloch
Number of rooms: 4
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“Turret room was very comfortable with good view over mountains”
KennethL758, 15 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Range of rooms ensuite or sharing a lovely large period bathroom”
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“If you can book the turret room it is amazing”
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“Turret room was lovely”
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“Ask for the tower bedroom!”
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