A wonderful start to our holiday. A great welcome, lovely people. Great! We'll be back.
Fiona and Jim Cornwall - Northumberland
This was truly memorable. Hosts who went that extra mile to make a small family wedding special. Superb.
Rob and Stacey Carter - Melborne - Australia
Luxurious and tastefuly furnished room, fabulous food and attentive service. Thank you.
Susan and John Mackenzie - Canada
Luxury Hotel Accommodation And Fine Dining In Grantown on Spey, Scotland
Culdearn House is a small, privately owned country house hotel in Grantown-on-Spey, on the Speyside Malt Whisky Trail and close to Aviemore.
This beautiful Victorian house, built in 1860, was once the home of Lord Seafield's family and has retained many of its original period features.
It is now owned and personally run by the Marshall family who have made it their home and small hotel offer a choice of six luxury en-suite bedrooms, a sophisticated drawing room for relaxing by the open fire and a small, intimate restaurant mentioned in the Michelin Guide.
Set back from the road in 3/4 acre grounds on the edge of woodland, but within easy walking distance of the centre of Grantown on Spey, Culdearn has that special combination of atmosphere and personal service that brings guests from all over Scotland and further afield back time after time.
Culdearn truly is a "hidden gem" and is prized by many guests as one of their favourite country house hotels in Scotland. Culdearn House recently received an "Editor's Choice" award from the prestigious Good Hotel Guide where it was reported "This must be a labour of love; it is a well-run and caring operation."
Also recently nominated in the top 10 places to stay in Scotland by the Guardian and Independent newspapers for hotel accommodation whilst walking the Speyside Way and local bird watching.
Ideally situated for touring in the Cairngorms and in the heart of Speyside whisky country, Culdearn is the perfect base for visiting the many attractions in the area:
- The famous Boat of Garten Ospreys and Capercaillies
- Fishing on the River Spey
- Playing golf on a range of magnificent courses
- Riding the steam train
- Visiting the many Speyside distilleries
- Exploring castles
- A trip on the funicular railway to the top of Cairngorm
- Skiing on Cairngorm
For the less energetic, peace and quiet and sheer relaxation together with comfort and hospitality make Culdearn the ideal place to stay during your holiday in the Scottish Highlands. Let us look after you for a short break or a longer holiday in the summer. Culdearn House is open ALL YEAR round and is a totally non-smoking establishment.