Glenmorangie House

This boutique Highland hotel is a sensory playground where guests can immerse themselves in the delicious and wonderful world of Glenmorangie. Nestled deep in the Highlands on the rugged Moray Firth coast, this delightful nine bedroom hotel offers a spectacular Scottish retreat. With an emphasis on warm hospitality, guests can enjoy AA Rosette Awarded dining in a dinner party style, designed to create a lively, convivial atmosphere.

An ideal Highland hideaway to restore and recharge.

  • Nearest Transport
  • Inverness-Dalcross Airport - 45 miles, 1 hour
  • Private Landing strip at Fearn Drome - 3 miles, 5 minutes
  • Inverness Train Station - 35 miles, 50 minutes
  • Tain Train Station - 8 miles, 15 minutes
  • Hill of Fearn Train Station - 5 miles, 10 minutes
  • Nearest Attractions
  • Glenmorangie Distillery - 7 miles, 10 minutes
  • Tain - 7 miles, 10 minutes
  • Royal Dornoch Golf Club - 18 miles, 35 minutes
  • Dunrobin Castle - 25 miles, 40 minutes
  • Urquhart Castle, Drumnadrochit - 50 miles, 1 hour and 15 minutes

5 Reasons to Stay

  1. Unique whisky heritage and whisky tasting experiences
  2. Dinner party style dining
  3. Activities such as foraging, cocktail-making, stargazing and falconry
  4. The ideal place to relax and de-stress
  5. Proximity to one of best links courses in the world, Royal Dornoch

About the Hotel

The ethos at Glenmorangie House is that it is 'your own home' to enjoy. “Each to their own” is the approach – the sole aim being to give guests what they want from their stay along with space and peace to relax. Each night, the chefs use the very best of the local larder to create a bespoke four-course menu as stories are told and new friendships made. And all guests staying at the House receive a complimentary tour at Glenmorangie Distillery visitor centre.


There are 9 bedrooms altogether, 6 rooms in the main house and 3 cottage rooms to the rear of the house in the courtyard. Partnering with interior story makers Russell Sage Studio, Glenmorangie has woven the joy of its single malt whisky into the fabric of the house, through a technicolour aesthetic and bespoke flavour-inspired bedrooms.


Food at Glenmorangie House is created with the same level of passion as their whiskies – using the best local produce and expert craftsmanship to create an experience that can be enjoyed time and time again. Whilst they don’t offer a formal restaurant, lunches can take whatever format the guests wish. In the evening, the house guests gather in the morning room for pre-dinner drinks and canapés whilst dinner at the house is 'house party style' with all guests joining together in the elegant dining room. 


Glenmorangie has dreamed up a host of wonderful experiences to make each guest's stay at Glenmorangie House even more magical. From walking along tranquil beaches, to foraging with the House's chefs or stargazing, guests can enjoy a range of unforgettable activities and experiences. There is also no shortage of activities nearby, from playing one of the best links courses in the world, to fishing for wild Scottish salmon, or simply taking a stroll along the beach.

Hotel Details

At a Glance
  • Check-in: 2pm
  • Check out time: 11am
  • Chauffeur service
  • Free parking
  • 6 rooms in the main house
  • 3 cottage rooms
  • Master Room
  • Main House Room
  • Cottage Suite
In-room Services
  • Tea & Coffee facilities
  • Iron & Ironing board
  • Molton Brown Toiletries
  • Bose Radio Alarm clock docking stations
  • TV’s available on request
  • Wi-Fi
  • Luxury Towels and Bathrobes/slippers
  • Super King/Emperor beds
  • Bottles of Sparkling/Still water provided
  • Room service
  • Telephone
  • Local books and luxury Magazines
Dining Experience
  • Guests eat together around the dining table
  • New dinner menu every day
  • Lunch options include soup and sandwich, or a picnic to be taken down to the beach 
  • Dinner is a bespoke four-course meal
Diner Information
  • Pre-dinner drinks and canapés
  • Whisky tastings paired with local cheese
  • Jam and chutneys are made from the fruit in the orchard
  • Wild garlic and artichokes from the walled garden
  • Meats come from farms around the Dornoch firth
  • Cheeses from Highland Fine Cheeses, based in Tain, the home of the Distillery
  • Formal dining
  • Honesty Bar
  • Croquet lawn
  • Meeting room
  • Electric charging point in Queen Street, Tain, where Glenmorangie Distillery is located
On Site Activities
  • Various whisky tastings, such as special bottlings, sensory and food pairings
  • Croquet lawn
  • Clay shooting
  • Star gazing
  • Foraging walks
  • Archery
  • Activity booking service
  • Historical heritage/history talks
  • Falconry 
Off Site Activities
  • Golf
  • Walking tours
  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Guided tours
  • Complimentary tour at Glenmorangie Distillery visitor centre for all guests staying at the House
Main Contact

Glenmorangie House
By Fearn
IV20 1XP

01862 871671