4 based on 228 reviews
We open for the season at 5.30pm on Wednesday 1st April 2020. Welcoming and homely, The Croft Inn sits in rural Speyside in the heart of the Speyside whisky trail, commanding lovely views over surrounding countryside from our "Malt Room" restaurant. Recen
Based on the reviews this was supposed to be a restaurant with good food. But this turned out not to be true. Small pub section where we had a drink, restaurant is only small and was busy. A lot of food on the menu is battered or wrapped in pastry. I choose the Welly which is a loin of venison with mash and vegetables. I don't like food in pastry that much but this seemed to be the best choice. Meat in pastry was perfectely cooked but very small piece of meat and a lot of soft doughy pastry. Not much flavour. Mashed and vegetables were very bland, no taste at all, even the mashed was pure potato without using something to make it tasty. Very disappointing, especially as for a pub style restaurant this was not cheap for what you get. The fish and chips was slightly better but also no ot much flavour. This was the least meal on our whole trip. Choice of wine is also very small, just some very basic ones. Not recommended
4 based on 94 reviews
The Delnashaugh Hotel is located in the heart of Speyside on the Ballindalloch Estate next to the River Avon(Pronounced A'an). The hotel has 8 double/twin ensuite rooms and 1 single room. There is a comfortable, well stocked bar and lounge and a well appo
Been here twice was so good. Food freshly cooked and the days we were in for lunch log fire was on. We ate in the bar because our dog was allowed in.Good staff and great food.Definitely worth the trip.
4 based on 417 reviews
A charming 19th Century Highland Inn, located in the highest village in the Scottish Highlands, at the heart of the Cairngorm National Park and the Malt Whisky Trail. The restaurant prides itself on serving the finest local, seasonal produce presented wit
We couldn't miss this restuarant thanks to the banners, etc. The 'Lunch Time' menu outside had us confused for a moment only, but the lack of one in braille was a let down :-) The restaurant is very comfortable and most of the staff had geniune warmth, especially the slightly forgetful waitress. One efficient staff member seemed to be from the set of 'Trainspotting' and added a certain artistic frissance. The decor is very modern and interesting. You will be lucky it seemed to get a table without booking. The food was truly excellent and displayed artistically at a very reasonable price.
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