Overlooking the unspoilt shores of the Moray Forth and only a short distance from the famed distillery, Glenmorangie House is deservedly something of a legend in Scottish hospitality. What can you expect at this superb place to stay? First of call, gorgeous panoramic views of the sea, log fires in the Morning Room and cosy Buffalo Room, stunning food made with fresh local ingredients, and a profusion of fresh flowers and memorabilia throughout. Even more extraordinary is the atmosphere – Glenmorangie is not a hotel, but a private, beautiful country home where you are the honoured guests. Sleeping arrangements are exceedingly comfortable, whether you choose to stay in the main house or one of several cottages. The house rooms are decorated in traditional Scottish style, while the cottages are Scottish modern with separate livings areas. There’s a very welcome and thoughtful decanter of Glenmorangie single malt placed in all rooms to enjoy during your visit. For a very special stay, consider taking over the whole house with family and friends. Topping it all off is the amazing food. The kitchen at Glenmorangie House makes the best use of the freshest salmon, homegrown vegetables and herbs from the Walled Kitchen Garden and local lamb and beef, creating classically-influenced modern cuisine that is both homely and delicious. With all this to offer, we're certain you'll be ready to toast your good fortune with a wee dram from a grand selection of whiskies. A visit to the eponymous nearby distillery is virtually obligatory, as is a walk along the private beach. No one can guarantee the weather for you in Scotland, but Easter Ross is among the driest and sunniest regions in the UK. Whatever the weather, Glenmoragnie House is a marvellous base for outdoor pursuits, golf, hunting, fishing and exploring the beautiful towns and castles nearby.