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Banchory lies adjacent to the River Dee and is surrounded by lovely rural countryside and attractive hills. There is a fine High Street and excellent facilities. Visitor attractions include the two famous castles, Crathes and Drum both run by the National Trust for Scotland.
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2.2 miles from centre of Banchory
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Situated just outside Banchory only twenty minutes from Aberdeen, Raemoir is a beautiful Georgian house that provides the perfect backdrop for a fairytale wedding. The first impression is one of indulgent grandeur, but step over the threshold and it feels just like home, which is how owners Neil and Julie Rae encourage you to think when planning your day here.
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2.3 miles from centre of Banchory
Dog/Pet friendly
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Explore the Stunning Grounds of Crathes Castle Crathes Castle´s walled garden is really eight gardens, ranging from the formal to the modern. The massive yew hedges were planted as early as 1702, while the Golden Garden was introduced by the Trust in 1973. Most famous of all are the June Borders, two lavish beds of herbaceous colour with the castle itself as a backdrop. Follow one of the marked trails out into the surrounding countryside. There are woodland, farmland and freshwater hab...
2.3 miles from centre of Banchory
Disabled Access
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Guided Tours
Visit the Enchanting Crathes Castle A wonderful 16th century granite tower house decorated with dramatic gargoyles, overhanging turrets and little conical roofs, Crathes Castle has four storeys and an attic to explore. The stand-out features of this classic L-tower house are the lovely painted ceilings, some retained in their original form and others beautifully restored. From the oak-panelled Long Gallery on the top floor of the castle the views down below of the castle gardens and o...
6.7 miles from centre of Banchory
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Explore one of Royal Deeside's top historic attractions at Drum Castle Drum Castle with its Garden of Historic Roses is a remarkably peaceful corner. Based in the Walled Garden, built around 1780, it is divided into four quadrants, each containing a design from one of the last four centuries together with roses from that period. The tea and floribunda roses seen today are the products of years of hybridising. Seven groups of roses are featured, from the historic Gallica group to the e...
6.7 miles from centre of Banchory
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Explore one of Royal Deeside's top historic attractions at Drum Castle The keep at Drum Castle is one of the three oldest tower houses surviving in Scotland. The original house was enlarged with the creation of a very fine Jacobean mansion in 1619 and a later addition during the reign of Queen Victoria. The castle was lived in, until 1975, for over 650 years by the Irvine family. Inside the house are an excellent collection of portraits and good Georgian furniture. The gardens were dest...
8.3 miles from centre of Banchory
Free WiFi
Breakfast Included
Free Parking
The Lower Dess Estate is a very special place and, at its heart and close to the famous River Dee, sits Mill of Dess Lodge. The Lodge was opened in 2015 and gu
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10.4 miles from centre of Banchory
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Discover 400 years of History at Castle Fraser, Gardens and Grounds The atmospheric baronial Castle Fraser was first constructed in 1575 and has a rich, noble and sometimes grusome history. The castle contains many Fraser family portraits, including one by Raeburn. Highlights include the Great Hall dating back to the 1400s, a library filled with family books, and the grand Worked Room featuring 18th-century embroideries. Outside, you have 140 acres of farmland to explore with woodlan...
10.4 miles from centre of Banchory
Dog/Pet friendly
Parking Available
Disabled Access
Discover 400 years of History at Castle Fraser, Gardens and Grounds The atmospheric baronial Castle Fraser was first constructed in 1575 and has a rich, noble and sometimes grusome history. The castle contains many Fraser family portraits, including one by Raeburn. Highlights include the Great Hall dating back to the 1400s, a library filled with family books, and the grand Worked Room featuring 18th-century embroideries. Outside, you have 140 acres of farmland to explore with woodlan...
10.5 miles from centre of Banchory
Disabled Access
Private Catering accepted
Wedding Coordinator Available
In the peaceful countryside of Aberdeenshire, Cluny Castle sits in the middle of over 200 acres of landscaped grounds. With a history that goes back to the 14th century, this stunning property remains a family home. The castle and gardens are offered on an exclusive use basis, for weddings of all styles.
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