Four-Poster Rooms

The Four Poster rooms include the MacRichie, the Ogilvie, the Winton and the MacPherson. MacRichie was the first recorded Laird of Dalmunzie while the Winton room is named after the most recent family to own the estate purchased in 1946 by Dennis Winton. Most of the Four Poster rooms have excellent views over the front lawns and beyond.

Four-Poster Rooms

The Four Poster rooms include the MacRichie, the Ogilvie, the Winton and the MacPherson. MacRichie was the first recorded Laird of Dalmunzie while the Winton room is named after the most recent family to own the estate purchased in 1946 by Dennis Winton. Most of the Four Poster rooms have excellent views over the front lawns and beyond.

PRICES FROM £135 - £300

Prices vary depending on whether dinner is required in the main dining room. Guests may also prefer bar meals, which have a lower tariff. Each of our Four-Poster rooms include the following amenities as standard:

TEA & COFFEE FACILITIES   |   LUXURY TOILETRIES   |   BOTTLED WATER

FREE WIFI  |  TELEPHONE

PRICES FROM £135 - £300

Prices vary depending on whether dinner is required in the main dining room. Guests may also prefer bar meals, which have a lower tariff. Each of our Four-Poster rooms include the following amenities as standard:

TEA & COFFEE FACILITIES   |   LUXURY TOILETRIES   |   BOTTLED WATER

FREE WIFI  |  TELEPHONE

OGILVIE

Ogilvie is named after Helen Ogilvie, wife of the 2nd Laird in the early 1600’s. The bedroom has a Queen Anne 4 poster and it’s own private turret with views of Ben Gulabin towering over the hotel. The bedroom is slightly smaller than the other large 4 poster bedrooms but is located in the oldest part of the building.

WINTON

Winton is a large corner bedroom in a late Victorian addition to the main building. The room is named after Simon Winton who was born in the room and was director of the hotel from 1987-2004. His father Denis was a decorated fighter pilot who transformed Dalmunzie into a hotel in 1946. It includes a Jacobean 4 poster, some lovely antique furniture and views over the hotel entrance.

MACRITCHIE

MacRitchie is named after Robert Macritchie who was the first recorded Laird of Dalmunzie in 1574. This is a very large bedroom with a huge Queen Anne 4 poster and two seater lounge. There are wonderful views over the front lawn and a wonderful original painting of Ben Gulabin.

MACKENZIE

Mackenzie is a very large bedroom named after the Mackenzies who lived on Dalmunzie estate for hundreds of years. The bedroom enjoys views of Ben Gulabin with a Jacobean 4 poster and antique Georgian chest from the 18th century.

MACPHERSON

Macpherson is named after Margaret Macpherson who married the 4th Laird in 1664. This is a delightful mid-sized bedroom in the oldest part of the building and enjoys expansive views over the front lawn and down the glen. The 4-poster is Jacobean with an old chest from the early Victorian era at the foot of the bed.

OGILVIE

Ogilvie is named after Helen Ogilvie, wife of the 2nd Laird in the early 1600’s. The bedroom has a Queen Anne 4 poster and it’s own private turret with views of Ben Gulabin towering over the hotel. The bedroom is slightly smaller than the other large 4 poster bedrooms but is located in the oldest part of the building.

WINTON

Winton is a large corner bedroom in a late Victorian addition to the main building. The room is named after Simon Winton who was born in the room and was director of the hotel from 1987-2004. His father Denis was a decorated fighter pilot who transformed Dalmunzie into a hotel in 1946. It includes a Jacobean 4 poster, some lovely antique furniture and views over the hotel entrance.

MACRITCHIE

MacRitchie is named after Robert Macritchie who was the first recorded Laird of Dalmunzie in 1574. This is a very large bedroom with a huge Queen Anne 4 poster and two seater lounge. There are wonderful views over the front lawn and a wonderful original painting of Ben Gulabin.

MACKENZIE

Mackenzie is a very large bedroom named after the Mackenzies who lived on Dalmunzie estate for hundreds of years. The bedroom enjoys views of Ben Gulabin with a Jacobean 4 poster and antique Georgian chest from the 18th century.

MACPHERSON

Macpherson is named after Margaret Macpherson who married the 4th Laird in 1664. This is a delightful mid-sized bedroom in the oldest part of the building and enjoys expansive views over the front lawn and down the glen. The 4-poster is Jacobean with an old chest from the early Victorian era at the foot of the bed.