Staying With Us

Located between the granite mountains of the Cairngorms and the long sandy beaches of the Moray Firth, with a magnificent 16th Century baronial castle at its centre, Ballindalloch Estate is the perfect venue for a Scottish Highlands vacation.

Our holiday properties nestle amongst the wooded glens of the Spey Valley and are traditional stone buildings, built to exacting standards and tastefully upgraded, affording our guests a pleasing combination of tranquillity, privacy and a nice touch of old-fashioned luxury. We offer both self-catering and fully-catered packages and these can be tailored to suit the differing needs of holiday guests, corporate clients and sporting parties.

There’s plenty to see and do nearby. The Moray Firth is listed by the National Geographic as one of the top ten coastal destinations in the world. The local cuisine is so rich and varied that Speyside has gained the moniker ‘larder of Scotland’. We have some of the best golf courses in Scotland on our doorstep. And don’t forget the ‘liquid gold’: Ballindalloch Estate is on the famous ‘Moray Whisky Trail’ and there are over forty distilleries to visit.

For more information on staying at Ballindalloch Estate and the availability of the properties listed below please contact us here or phone 01807 500 205.

Delnashaugh Hotel

For guests wishing to stay on the Ballindalloch Estate fully-catered there is the Delnashaugh Hotel, a delightful early 18th Century droving inn situated on the banks of the River Avon. The Delnashaugh Hotel has eight double/twin ensuite rooms and one single room, a comfortable lounge with open log fireplace, a well-stocked bar and a newly refurbished restaurant. The menu changes daily and offers a variety of cuisines prepared from the best of local ingredients, and is complemented by an extensive and exclusive wine list and a fine array of Speyside malts.

Please note that the Delnashaugh Hotel manages its own bookings directly and can be reached by phoning 01807 500379 and has it’s own website which can be found here.

Marionburgh House

A traditional Scottish country house, Marionburgh House is set in its own private grounds amidst mature woodlands and provides spacious and comfortable accommodation for up to eight guests. Victorian in character but fully modernised throughout, this exclusive holiday let has four twin bedrooms, four bathrooms, a farmhouse kitchen, a large dining room, a cosy sitting room with a beautiful open log fireplace, and the water comes from the Ballindalloch Estate’s own natural spring. Marionburgh House is let weekly on a self-catering basis and the services of a housekeeper are available on request.

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Pitchroy Cottage

Pitchroy Cottage is a charming riverside hideaway situated in the grounds of Pitchroy Lodge, once the home of Captain W.E. Johns, the creator of Biggles. Affording comfortable and spacious accommodation for up to four guests, Pitchroy Cottage has one double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, one twin bedroom, a well-appointed bathroom, kitchen with adjoining dining room and a pleasant sitting room. The property is available self-catering on a weekly basis from the beginning of March until the end of October.

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Swiss Cottage

Swiss Cottage is a charming and unusual property on the banks of the River Avon, a well known salmon river. It sleeps up to four people in two twin bedded rooms (one can convert to a double on request). The back gate takes you into old beech woodlands where red squirrels can be seen and down to the river side. On the Speyside Way and a short walk from the Delnashaugh Hotel, the local shop and post office, our Golf Course and Distillery and of course Ballindalloch Castle, Swiss Cottage is a perfect spot from which to explore the pleasures of Speyside, and perhaps further afield following the NORTHEAST250

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