The Sunninghill, built in 1869 by a merchant sea captain stands imposingly in its grounds which originally contained the buildings own orchard and stables.
The Sunninghill is situated not far from Elgin’s main shopping centre, and within easy walking distance of the city’s commercial heart and amenities.
For over 32 years Donald and Winnie Ross have owned the Sunninghill and have carried out extensive refurbishment resulting in elegant, comfortable interiors, attractive well maintained gardens, large private car park and free internet access via WiFi or hardwired broadband connections through out the hotel.
The Sunninghill has a friendly, reliable and willing staff who shall do their utmost to ensure you enjoy your visit to us.
The Sunninghill is the perfect destination for business, pleasure or any special celebrations. A Victorian house which has been extensively renovated over the years the Sunninghill provides a relaxed and friendly environment in which freshly cooked meals are prepared daily by our team of chefs using the best of local Scottish produce. Our bar houses an extensive range of the finest Malt Whiskies and also several real ales are on offer.
Whatever your reason for choosing the Sunninghill Hotel, we strive to provide a relaxing and friendly environment combined with a personal to
Some say that Highland Games originated as a clan chieftain’s way of choosing the best bodyguards and the fittest of fighting men. Not all the chief’s requirements were warlike – musicians and dancers were important for the prestige of his household. Choosing staff and supporters was done by holding competitions – good runners for couriers, strong men for defence and a range of entertainers to while away the winter evenings.
Many events at today’s Highland Games still use items which would have been part of everyday life in the Highlands of old eg. round stones from river beds probably provided the original shot-putts while a Scots pine trunk shorn of its branches is still the caber as tossed today.
The games take place across the region through the spring and into late summer.
Our chefs are finalising our menus for the festive period and we are taking bookings, we have a few sample menus (may change slightly) for in the meantime. Click here. to view sample festive menus.
Proud to work with CAMRA
Real Ales are made from only fresh and natural ingredients; several hundred breweries make their own unique brews giving literally thousands of different flavours.
Cask conditioned Real Ale is a living product. It requires love, respect and attention to ensure the beer matures into the perfect pint. Like wines, food can enhance the flavours found within the Real Ales. Our restaurant is the ideal place to sample some freshly prepared local produce along with a flavoursome pint of Ale.
The Sunninghill Hotel is proud of our reputation for conditioned real ales and are pleased to be associated with CAMRA (Campaign For Real Ales). For several years we have been recommended in the Good Beer Guide for our conditioned Ales and have different Ales on tap from week to week. If you have yet to try Real Ale why not sit in our relaxing and friendly bar and sample what we have on offer.
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