With nods to the distillery's trademark technicolour aesthetic, Glenmorangie House’s sensory-focused, flavour-inspired rooms were created in collaboration with Russell Sage Studio.
The dining room
Situated in remote and beautiful Highland surroundings, just moments from the Glenmorangie Distillery, the hotel is full of playful details, from a copper-accented still-themed dining room to knitted cakes and barley wallpaper decorating the bedrooms.
Guests will be treated to a list of curated experiences, from whisky tastings and stargazing sessions to beekeeping and croquet.
Thomas Moradpour, CEO and president of The Glenmorangie Company, said: “By creating this sensory playground, we showcase the deliciousness of Glenmorangie and open up our world to more people. I believe we have crafted the most wonderful and unexpected travel experience, just waiting to be shared and enjoyed with our guests.”
According to Russell Sage Studio, “There is such a spirit of joy around Glenmorangie – and we wanted to bring that to life at Glenmorangie House, with a sense of luxurious fun… we have woven Glenmorangie stories and moments into every aspect of the experience, so there’s always something new to discover and enjoy.”