Aberlour is a pretty little village by the River Spey. The village rests at the foot of Ben Rinnes and is famous not only for its amber single malt but for being the home of Walkers Shortbread. Find Aberlour hotel and Aberlour bed & breakfast accommdation for the Speyside Way, the Cooperage, Craigellachie Bridge (designed by Thomas Telford), the Whisky Trail.
12 Quality Street Aberlour Moray AB38 9QD
Aberlour can be found right at the heart of Speyside, a region as famous for its Salmon as for its rich amber malts. If you are looking for hotels and guest houses for embarking on the famous Whiskey Trail then this small, family run three star guest house backing on to the tumultuous Spey River couldn't be better placed. Aberlour Distillery is just a few minutes up the road, whilst an awesome collection of malts can be sampled at the local Mashed Tun. All rooms at the Norlaggan have colour TV w ...
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|Craigellachie Hotel||0.6||nr Aberlour||26||135.00|
|Cardhu Country House||9||Cardhu||6||86.00|
|Claggan Farm Vegetarian B&B||4||Aberlour||2||65.00|
|Bridge View Bed & Breakfast||1.7||Aberlour||1||30.00|
Hotels in Aberlour and the Lower Speyside area are usually on the small size, as foot traffic isn't substantial whatever the season. The High Street is home to the biggest hotel, whilst the village of Craigellachie (just two miles away) boasts the magnificent Craigellachie Hotel. Visit the Aberlour Tourist Board Website for a further reading. Cheap Aberlour hotels like the Eastbank offer bed & breakfast breaks for as little as £50.00 but late deals at the Craigellachie Hotel can slash the price of rooms by as much as a third.