Kildrummy Castle Hotel

Kildrummy Castle Hotel
Kildrummy Castle Hotel Kildrummy, Alford, Aberdeenshire, AB33 8RA
  • Food served Mon–Sun noon–2.30pm & 6.30–9.30pm. Afternoon tea Mon–Sun 3–5pm.
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Set in the breathtaking Grampian Highlands in Aberdeenshire, Kildrummy Castle Hotel enjoys an enviable location amongst some of the world s most beautiful scenery. Originally built in 1900 for a local industrialist, and converted to a hotel in the 1950s, the building retains many original Victorian features including a spectacular carved oak staircase, oak panelling, plaster ceilings and tapestry-lined walls. The hotel offers a rare opportunity to enjoy the style and elegance of a bygone era combined with all the comforts and service of a modern, first-class hotel. Our bedrooms are individually styled, offering a peaceful night s sleep. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities (bath and/or shower). Since June 2012 the hotel has been personally managed by Claude Berquier, Elise Schawlb and Fiona Jamieson. They bring many years of hotel experience to the management team at Kildrummy, while respecting the traditions of Scottish hospitality. The restaurant (Kildrummy Park) is run independently of the hotel since May 2014 and offers exquisite cuisine using top-quality local produce including Angus Beef, fresh fish and seafood from the North Sea and Moray Firth. They can also cater for private dining in the Library. The wine list has a very extensive selection of French and New World wines offering fantastic value for money.

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Events at this venue

Charity Garden Opening - Kildrummy Castle Gardens

These gardens were created in the ancient quarry below the Castle. The bridge spanning the garden is a copy of famous brig o’ Balgownie and reflects beautifully on the largest of the four ponds which plays host to a wide range of water plants. Rhododendrons and azaleas feature from April (frost permitting). In June the…

Sun 1 Oct

£4.50, concessions £4.00, accompanied children free

  • 10:00 – 17:00

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