Our most prestigious suite, The Caperdonich, is, quite simply, extraordinary: the ideal choice for a honeymoon, or other momentous occasion.
It’s named after the now-lost Caperdonich distillery, which produced whisky for blending as well as independent bottlings.
Founded in 1897 by James Grant, co-founder of the Glen Grant distillery, it finally closed its doors in 2002.
With dual aspect windows commanding superb views of Ben Aigan to the east as well as the Craigellachie distillery in the distance, the suite includes an emperor-size four-poster Hypnos bed with elevated ceilings, and a mezzanine floor with a Victorian-style freestanding bath.
The warmth and comfort of the fireplace, together with exquisite furnishings, lends a feel of traditional opulence.
Meanwhile, the iPod Docking station, mood lighting, superfast broadband and two HD televisions – one controlled rise and fall at the foot of the bed – means you have access to every modern convenience.
The complimentary single malt on arrival signals the start of the simply unforgettable stay at The Station Hotel.