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Grantown On Spey

Located within the highland retreat of Morayshire lies this traditional Scottish town on the banks of the River Spey, offering up many opportunities for a spot of fishing. The natural landscape of the area enabled visitors a diverse mix of outdoor activities like walking, cycling, gorge walking and wildlife watching. In the winter, many travel to the area for skiing and snowboarding at the Cairngorm’s National Park, which is on Grantown-on-Spey’s doorstep. The town is also on the path of the Malt Whisky Trail, with many distilleries in the area to visit for a guided tour and a dram or two.

We love Grantown-on-Spey because...

  • Diverse outdoor activities
  • Stunning natural landscape
  • Along ‘Malt Whisky Trail’
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Hotels
Hotels in Grantown On Spey
The Craiglynne Hotel
Woodland Terrace Grantown-on-Spey PH26 3JX

The Craiglynne Hotel is a beautiful Victorian building set off the main road, with sun lounge looking out to lovely front gardens, and a good quality restaurant.

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The Craiglynne Hotel
Woodland Terrace Grantown-on-Spey PH26 3JX

The Craiglynne Hotel is a beautiful Victorian building set off the main road, with sun lounge looking out to lovely front gardens, and a good quality restaurant.

In and around Grantown On Spey

Grantown Museum

This fascinating museum displays a veritable treasure trove of relics and items of historical importance from the local area. Learn from the interactive and traditional display methods and admire the art, crafts and photography exhibitions, which take place throughout the year, mainly from local artists.

Balmenach Distillery

Crafted within the Balmenach Distillery, which lies under the dramatic Haughs of Cromdale, this unique distillery produces not only single malt whisky, but a now infamous gin – Cao Runn. Inspired by the heritage of the local area, this gin is infused with handpicked botanicals found in the region and distilled in small batches in a traditional copper chamber. Take a guided tour to learn more from the passionate staff and get a taste of the final product.

Cairngorms National Park

This is Britain’s largest and most remarkable national park, well known around the world for its top-notch ski slopes, which are ideal for learners and those looking for a challenge. Take the funicular railway up the mountain, Britain’s only such railway, and admire the surrounding awe-inspiring landscape. Eat in Scotland’s highest restaurant at the summit and if the conditions are right then explore the many routes and paths for a spot of walking.

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