THE CRAIGELLACHIE SPEYSIDE
20th May 2017
Built in 1893, where the rivers Fiddich and Spey come together, the small 26-room hotel stands at the very heart of Speyside and its whisky trail.
And it isn’t just the ‘uisge beatha’ or amber nectar that the region should boast. Speyside is actually the secret food basket of Europe. From wild Scottish berries, to Aberdeen Angus beef and Isle of Mull scallops or Shetland mussels, there is a wealth of beautiful fresh produce here. So for all you foodies out there this is a wedding meal to remember.
Tailor your special day with their in-house wedding planner who will work with you to arrange all aspects of your wedding, from the moment you enquire to the day itself.
You can take over different areas within the hotel for the wedding, the Copper Dog pub or the Quaich bar, one of world’s leading whisky bars. With over 900 whiskies lining its walls, the Quaich bar is perfect for a dram to calm any pre wedding nerves. The blue dining room would be our choice for ceremony, a large, light and beautiful space, perfect for an intimate Scottish wedding.
SACHIN AND BABI
EMMA LAWSON PHOTOGRAPHY
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