Situated in the conservation village of Craigellachie in the heart of The Malt Whisky Trail, Glengower House was built in 1893 and retains many original features. It has beautiful views towards the Spey Valley, Ben Rinnes and Ben Aigen.
The house is available from Sunday to Sunday (and more flexible dates in low season and for the Whisky Festival) and is self-catering. Just a few minutes stroll from the Speyside Way and the River Spey it is an ideal location for anyone wanting to explore this part of Scotland. Craigellachie is well located in the old county of Banffshire.
Glengower is well sited in a third of an acre of garden mainly laid to lawn. The garden is enclosed and there is plenty of parking. The main house sleeps 8 and the bothy sleeps 2.