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Archiestown Hotel
Archiestown Hotel
Aberlour
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The resident owners and staff offer you a warm welcome to Archiestown Hotel in Aberlour. The hotel, with its delightful walled garden, has been the focal point of this historic and attractive village in the heart of Speyside for over 200 years. The Archiestown Hotel has 11 rooms - all are en suite. All include a television, radio, tea/coffee making facilities and hospitality tray. Many of our rooms have breathtaking views of the stunning local scenery. Dining at the Archiestown: we serve fresh, home cooked, high quality food, the ingredients for which are always sourced locally. The village of Archiestown was founded in 1760 by Sir Archiebald Grant. The look and feel of our village has changed little since then. Ballindalloch is one of the most beautiful and reknowned castles in Scotland. Known as the Pearl of the North, it is located in the heart of Speyside, near to the famed whisky distilleries of Glenfiddich, Glenfarclas and Glenlivet.

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