About the House

About the House

This is our home (we would never dream of calling our historic, welcoming house a “hotel”), and it is yours too while you are here. You will not need keys for your room, or a TV to distract you from the views and the company. Real fires, rare drams, walks on the beach, sumptuous dining and unforgettable Highland hospitality. When they talk about getting away from it all, this is what they mean.

The Morning Room

This is where you and your fellow guests can enjoy cocktails and canapés before dinner and swap stories of the places, and Glenmorangie expressions, you have discovered that day. It’s where you settle down with a good book or a very, very good dram. And where we will bring you a mug of homemade soup and a round of sandwiches to get you ready for your Distillery tour, game of golf or wander along the beach to uncover Pictish wonders. Like every room in The House, it’s yours to do with as you please. 

The Morning Room
The Buffalo Room

The Buffalo Room

By day, a cosy spot for coffee and relaxing. But this room really comes alive at night. Once you have had your fill of mouthwatering local food in the dining room, you can wander through to sit by a crackling fire. But it is not uncommon for the furniture to be pushed aside for an impromptu ceilidh, when local pipers and musicians join us for a foot stomping session. It is here you can try different Glenmorangie expressions with some new friends, in a truly timeless setting.

The Bedrooms

Our bedrooms, in both the main house and cottages, give you an authentic taste of historic hospitality. The traditional Scottish décor with modern ensuite facilities, means you have the best of the old and the new, creating a tranquil space that feels at once like a luxury indulgence and a home away from home. After a sound night’s sleep, you can rise refreshed from your bed, to breathtaking views across the walled gardens out to sea.

Explore the bedrooms

The Bedrooms
The Dining Room

The Dining Room

As grand as any dining room in Scotland’s stately homes – you can see the history of The House, and Glenmorangie itself, around the walls. But our room has an intimate, welcoming atmosphere of its own, that is just perfect for sampling our chef’s award winning, locally sourced food. The long tables are designed for guests to sit together to enjoy the finest dining imaginable. Even the most weary of travellers quickly find themselves revelling in the convivial company.

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