Glenmorangie House - Tain
Set amongst the rolling barley fields of Easter Ross, is this stunning Highland hideaway. Glenmorangie House (as in the Whisky) is more of a country house than a hotel and is available for exclusive use only. For over 25 years it has welcomed the world to its door, developing an international reputation for Highland hospitality along the way. The house is a magnificent reflection of everything that the word ‘Glenmorangie’ stands for – a retreat to peace and calm, a place for cherished moments.

Glenmorangie House has been awarded two Red Rosettes for its food from the AA hotel inspection service and three Red Stars for its exceptional accommodation and service. The House was included in the influential 5 Best Hotel Experiences 2016 by Forbes.

This is where you and  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 you will be brought 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.

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.

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.

With grand, spacious rooms in the main house, and homely cottage abodes on the grounds, finding somewhere to relax is easy at Glenmorangie House. All of our rooms are fitted with luxury ensuite bathrooms. Plush bath robes, Arran Aromatic toiletries and a miniature Glenmorangie Original in every room are the little luxuries we are sure you will appreciate when you want to sit back and unwind. Each of our rooms provide Wi-Fi, an iron and ironing board, hair dryer, telephone, Bose speakers and facilities for making tea and coffee. All the rooms are discreetly and freshly turned down each night before you retire to your very own realm of peace and quiet.

There are two spacious master bedrooms in the main house. Both individually furnished and decorated in a traditional Scottish style, luxurious deep heavy folds of beautiful fabrics keep you warm and comfortable at night. When you wake up in one of our master rooms, drawing the curtains is always a joy as you are met with stunning views over the Moray Firth. Both master bedrooms are equipped with modern ensuite bathrooms and a seating area that is perfect for soaking up the view.

The four main house rooms take on classic Scottish décor, complimented by rich tweeds and tartans. With two magnificent four poster beds, rooms in the main house are available as both twins and doubles. Feel refreshed as you take full advantage of luxury ensuite bathrooms, all while enjoying the charming views across the walled gardens.

Just to the rear of the main house, immaculate lawns and blissful birdsong surround our cottages. Stylish and informal, our three cottages are decorated with classic oak furniture, complemented by subtle tweeds and tartans. With modern bathrooms and tasteful double bedrooms, our cottages can comfortably sleep two guests. However, a sofabed located inside a cosy lounge area means there is ample space for families.
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