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Wardhill Castle (Self Catering)

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This is a beautiful Self-Catering property which dates back to the 12th Century. The Castle has been in the Leslie family for 800 years. The castle is very much a traditional Scottish home but has been refurbished to provide modern comforts in the kitchen and bathrooms. A new heating system has been installed which enables pressurised hot water to all bathrooms at all times of the day and night. The central heating is also on 24 hours a day 7 days a week making it very cosy indeed. The kitchen has a traditional double Aga, as well as secondary electric double oven. There are open fires in the drawing room and the library/snug. Outside there is a large terrace with a gas fired BBQ, with gardens surrounding the property. The estate is some 700 acres with many walking routes and plenty of wildlife to spot along the way. There are with bedrooms, which have mostly been recently redecorated and bathrooms that have been upgraded within the past year. It is an ideal place for a family get together, holiday or special occasion.

Facilities & Information


Child Friendly

Dog/Pet friendly


Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports

Four Poster Beds


Glamping Available


Archery, Crossbows

Shooting, Clay Shooting, Stalking

Table Tennis

Other Activities (generally outdoor)


Extra info

Change Over Day: Friday

Room Details: 8 double or twin rooms in the main castle, one with an additional single bed

Gas & Electric Included: Yes

Amex: Yes

Delta: Yes

Mastercard: Yes

MaestroSwitch: Yes

Visa: Yes

Number of rooms: 1

Number of room to: 17


Get directions

Wardhill Castle, Meikle Wartle, Aberdeenshire, Meikle WartleAB51 5BH, United Kingdom

From the A96 the postcode will take you directly to the South Lodge at the end of the driveway, follow this up to the castle (about 1km bumpy road) - drive behind the castle through the archway and the parking is in front of the big blue doors. For glamping there is a turning on the left just before the castle.

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