Princes past and present have enjoyed the ambience and hospitality of this elegant Palladian mansion…”
– Elegant Hotels of Europe

For us it is your house to enjoy all the finest things of life.

The House

Culloden House is a Grade A listed mansion with parts of it dating back to its medieval origins.

Adam Lounge

The house features a wonderfully comforable drawing room with magnificent Adam plasterwork, chandeliers, and a large open fire for you to enjoy, yet ease and unpretending luxury prevails.

Library Bar

Relax in our cozy bar with its leather seatings and tall windows overlooking the lawn. See if your ancestors are listed in the “Prisoners of ’46”. Sip rare and wonderful whiskys.


You can choose to dine in our Adams Dining Room or privately in our elegant Morning Room.

Forbes Room

Our handsome baronial Forbes Room with its beamed and chandeliered ceiling, Royal Stuart tartan drapes, rich oak paneling and marbled fireplace adds a special feel to your private event.

Garden Mansion

This white mansion has spacious bedrooms and baths and is located next to the walled garden. The self-contained house includes four double ensuite bedrooms and a living area.

Rooms & Rates

Twenty-eight charming bedrooms each uniquely decorated in understated comfort – your private domain with room service just a call away. Some of our spacious rooms have delightful features such as crystal chandeliers and marble fireplaces. Combine the luxury of a romantically furnished room with all the modern comforts you need and you won’t want to leave.

Room Comforts

All rooms have private bath, shower, digital television, trouser press, hairdryer, telephone and complimentary internet access.

Please note that Culloden House has no elevator and as such room assignment should be discussed at time of booking should you require low floor access.

All rates quoted above are per room per night based on two people sharing (unless otherwise stated) and include breakfast. Management reserve the right to alter pricing in the event of government increases, special events, or at peak times.

New Year and any other packages that the hotel promote are exempt from the above tariff and customers should contact the hotel directly for pricing.

Classic Single Room £195.00
Classic Double/Twin Room £295.00
Classic Triple Room £350.00
Superior Garden Mansion Double/Twin £350.00
Superior Main House Double/Twin £350.00
Suites £425.00


Suites are the largest rooms, many with features such as fire places, separate living rooms and commanding views over the front or back lawns. All Suites have Bose music systems for complimentary use.

starting at £425.00

Superior Room

Superior Rooms are larger rooms, with integrated seating area and overlook the front or back gardens. Superior rooms are located on the first floor of the house with some located on the top floor.

starting at £350.00

Classic Room

Classic Rooms are restricted in view and overlook other parts of the building or side carparks. Classic rooms are located in either the wing or the top floor of the house, some rooms may have low ceilings.

starting at £295.00

Gardens & Grounds

The Garden

Culloden’s four-acre walled garden was built by the Forbes family in the 18th century to provide food and flowers for the house. In more recent decades it was used for sheep and Highland cattle grazing. Six years ago we decided to restore the gardens and commissioned Michael Innes, the former Gardens Advisor for the National Trust of Scotland, to give it a stylish new look.

It is designed it for your enjoyment from early spring flowering bulbs through autumn orchard fruits.

The Grounds

Upon entering the gates, first your eye is caught by the beautiful house and the sweeping lawn. Then you may notice the towering trees circling the drive.

In the 18th century, it was the fashion to grow an arboreteum of trees newly discovered by plant hunters. 300 years later seeds collected while exploring China and the Americas have grown into the magnificent specimen trees before you.

The 40-acre estate includes for your pleasure seasonal bluebell and rhododendron walks, open parkland, paths into Culloden forest, a croquet lawn, tennis court and a duck pond.