Muckrach House, Dulnain Bridge

Built in 1860 as a Shooting Lodge for the Grouse moor as part of the Seafield estate of Clan Grant

Muckrach Country House Hotel was built in 1860 as a Shooting Lodge for the Grouse moor as part of the Seafield estate of Clan Grant owned by Ian Charles Ogilvy-Grant.

Muckrach Country House is now home to a beautiful Scottish Highland hotel. The luxury hotel offers guests a choice of thirteen vibrant rooms. Lovingly revived by the Gough-Calthorpe family, what was once a Victorian shooting lodge has now been restored beyond its former glory to become a vibrant and luxurious hotel in the Scottish Highlands, which includes its very own coffee shop and restaurant.

The hotel is an ideal choice of accommodation for short breaks and weekend holidays in Scotland. They are often frequented by a Scottish Piper, who pipes guests to dinner, pipes the Bride & Groom for weddings and is a source of rousing Scottish atmosphere. The lodge is recognised as a fun filled hub for shooting, skiing and fishing within the Scottish Highlands. The local residents have spoken excitedly of the hotel’s restoration; now you can experience the magic of Muckrach for yourself.

A938
Grantown-on-Spey PH26 Scotland GB
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Breakfast is served from 8am–10am Lunch between 11.30-2.30pm Afternoon tea by reservation 12 noon-5pm Dinner between 6pm–9pm Sunday roast between 12-9pm