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.
What is the capacity for Wardhill Castle?
The Castle sleeps 16 people in 8 traditionally decorated bedrooms each with their own bathroom.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Meikle Wartle area?
The iconic whiskey trail that runs from the distillery to the distillery of the Spey River is unique globally and boasts some of the finest whisky distilleries on earth. Aberdeenshire is a paradise for golfers. With over 50 courses to play in the region, it boasts some of the best golf courses on earth, including the 6th oldest course in the world and the world-famous Trump course in Balmedie. Country sports are very much part of the heritage in the North East of Scotland, from fishing to stalking and shooting, as well as an array of outdoor activities, including go-karting and archery at the Lochter Activity Centre.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
This part of Scotland boasts some of the world's finest produce in terms of beef, pork and fish. Some fabulous local restaurants all close by including; Formartines at Haddo Eat on the Green pub in Udny, Fennel Restaurant in Inverurie, The Mither Tap restaurant at Pittodrie House.