Copper Dog. A great pub 

The heart of the hotel, The Copper Dog serves amazing food and drink in a friendly atmosphere.
Come and chat to a local. Choose from craft beers, and an excellent wine list. Using locally sourced ingredients, our superstar chef Will Halsall’s menu is delicious.

“We work with local suppliers to source world-class raw ingredients. The local beef, fruit, salmon is second to none. We train local chefs to the highest standard.

We’ll give you great service-It’s about the best hospitality. If we can do it, we’ll do it.”

Executive Chef Will

Pop in for a drink at the Copper Dog, and you’ll find yourself chatting to a friendly local or a fellow intrepid traveller.

You’ll find a selection of excellent beers from local craft breweries, alongside familiar favourite ales and an enticing cocktail list. Come for a meal, and our mouth-watering menu. Combining carefully sourced, seasonal game and fresh produce, with world flavours, Executive Chef Will and his team, serve traditional Scottish cuisine, bringing world influences through flavours. To accompany your fare, we have a handpicked wine list, with our favourite bottle of Sancerre sent from Domaine Philippe & Lynne Raimbault, our friends in the Loire Valley, France.

The Copper Dog is open every day for lunch and dinner. Live music is every Friday and Saturday night.

Drinks

Pop in for a drink at the Copper Dog, and you’ll find yourself chatting to a friendly local or a fellow intrepid traveller.

You’ll find a selection of excellent beers from local craft breweries, alongside familiar favourite ales, an enticing cocktail list.-and of course-the finest whiskies.

Atmosphere

On chilly winter days, you’ll find a crackling wood fire, and in the summer, a large sun-terrace for outdoor eating and drinking.

Discover a cosy corner, a booth, or our Grill Room with views over the valley.

You can book the Back Room for a private dinner or drinks for up to thirty people.

‘This place sits smack bang in the middle of whisky country in Craigellachie, a mere totter away from the Spey. The true joy is the all-important mixture of locals and visitors…and the menu makes the very best of all that Scottish produce.’

Food writer, Tom Parker Bowles Condé Nast Traveller UK’s favourite country pubs