A Jewel in the heart of Speyside

Over 100 malts in our malt whisky bar


Welcome To The Eastbank Hotel


3 Still Rated Whisky Hotel

Special Workers Rates Available

(Packages including Meal Deals)

for more information


01340 831564





Follow the Whisky trail to us

Winter workers rates available
from 1st November

Spirit of Speyside
3rd to 7th May
(nearly full)

New This Y
Beer tasting
Spey Valley bewery

The Glenrothes

130 whiskies

steak suppers

bar lunches

evening meals

whisky tastings

The whisky Bar

Speyside Restaurant

Open to non residents
see our menu on the facilities page

The Burnside Suite

Sleeps 3 adults or 2 adults and children
disabled access
optional sauna
see facilities page for further pictures

Locally produced handmade gifts

Go to the whisky bar page for futher information


more gifts



Available for parties
seats 40




(Secure off street parking)


Eastbank Hotel's dogs Pippa, Meg, Morgan and Mason
(please note that dogs with the exception of assistance dogs
are not allowed in the restaurant but are welcome in the bar)

The Eastbank Hotel is pleasantly situated in the centre of the Speyside town of Rothes on the A941, 10 miles from Elgin, in the heart of the world famous 'Whisky Trail'.  The hotel was built in 1793, using stone from the demolished Rothes castle, by the Freemasons and the upper floor became the first Masonic lodge in Rothes and consecrated in 1795 as the Rothes Lodge 257, now ST John's Operative no 193.  The hotel annex was originally the Caledonian Bank opened in 1857, later becoming the Clydedale bank, the orginal bank vault door is still in place in its original colours and dates back to 1857, it was constructed bt Milners of Liverpool and London and the orginal date stamped keys are still owned by the hotel.  The Caledonion Bank ran out of money in 1878 forcing the construction of The Glenrothes Distillery being done by future generations of Freemasons to stop.  The distillery eventually borrowed the money and the first whisky was produced in 1879.  Eastbank Hotel, the bank and Glenrothes Distillery were commandered by the Army during WW2.  Eastbank Hotel and The Glenrothes Distillery are now further linked together with the opening of a mini vistors centre, with exclusive tours, nosing and tasting sessions and a chance to purchase this excellent malt whisky.



This area of outstanding beauty, provides all amenities for a pleasant Scottish holiday; and with the facilities offered in the hotel itself, it is the aim of the proprietors to ensure that guests' daily return to the Eastbank will form an integral part of their enjoyable stay in Speyside. The hotel car park is disabled access only, however there is ample on and off street parking next to the hotel.

All comfortably furnished bedrooms are equipped with  tea/coffee makers and colour television and there are ample bathroom/shower facilities available.  Double or twin-bedded en-suite facilities available. Ground floor en-suite facilities available for disabled.  Wi Fi is available.   The Eastbank's attractive lounge bar provides an excellent selection of local malt whiskies, and offers bar lunches and suppers daily. But it is the superb Speyside Restaurant which has captured the hearts of the Eastbank's clientele, with its intimate atmosphere and outstanding cuisine, its use of fine locally caught salmon and the best meat in Britain, has already earned it an enviable reputation from both locals and visitors alike