Concierge.com's insider take:
This 17th-century property, 33 miles north of Inverness, aims to be a house where guests gather rather than a hotel where customers check in. Visitors dine communally, the rooms have no keys (unless you specifically ask), and the staff use guests' first names. You may not know your fellow guests at the start of the evening, but after mixing for drinks in the Morning Room, sharing five courses in the Dining Room, and sipping a whisky in front of the fire in the Buffalo Room, you will by the end of the night. The six rooms in the main house are individually decorated with antique furniture and a restrained tartan motif. With four windows overlooking the sea, the Morayshire is the best room in the house. If you're looking for more privacy, there are three cottages on the grounds, with well-appointed bathrooms balanced by small lounge rooms. Glenmorangie House is luxurious, but the emphasis is on the easygoing, sociable atmosphere rather than a surfeit of mod cons (the cottages are the only rooms with TVs). Dinner and breakfast are included in the price.
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