We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviewshaggisthe pubthe main hotelmalt whiskygreat barknowledgeable stafffish and chipslarge selectionwalking trailssteak and ale piethree nightsroom was clean and comfortablea great place to staysalmonlong weekenddining roomcooked breakfast
Can recommend this great place for pub meals. Four of us, three had steak pie, and the other chicken breast with haggis. Verdict, superb! Service was great too. This is a malt whisky lover’s dream, with a huge selection, plus a fair few Japanese whiskies....More
We visited the pub a couple of times during our long weekend in Craigellachie. Once for lunch the other just for a drink. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Good choice of local beers and an extensive choice of whiskey. The lunch was fresh...More
The Highlander Inn is a a great stop for meals with a reasonable range on the menu and great daily specials. To complement the food there is a good range of beers but it’s forte is the superb range of whisky and informed knowledge that...More
Outstanding bar with plenty character,it’s a whisky heaven & very popular with locals & tourists,great base for touring speyside,the staff are outstanding everyone of them,they are very knowledgable about Whisky & helpful when choosing your dram,you’ll find people from all over the world descending on...More
Not much choice for a wheat-free veggie but sirloin steak and fish and chips were good for the rest of us! Service was very good. Busy little restaurant - always a good sign - and an effective long-stop for the overflow from the bigger venue...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... 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...
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"Room 2 quiet. Able to fully open windows for fresh air. So many hotels are overheated."