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All reviews cullen skink tea room mary queen of scots cakes mulled wine winding staircase home bakes afternoon tea home made national trust birthday cake well worth a visit run by volunteers macaroni fascinating history self catering lovely visit
Sadly would not return to this event or the castle, despite living locally.
£5 entry fee for my 15 month old daughter came as a bit of a surprise, I expected to pay that for myself but for a toddler was unreasonable.
The Lairds Kitchen...More
Spent this morning wandering through the Castle looking at all the lovely crafts on offer. Some talented people had stands and offered a wide range of items. We were greeted warmly at the door by an immaculately dressed gentleman in a lovely kilt. Non Alcoholic...More
We stayed at the castle so visited as a result. There is some fascinating history in the castle; Mary Queen of Scots stayed here once. It is nicely laid out, though as the exhibits all go up the central tower, it is quite difficult for...More
Bit of a mixed one this depending if you're talking about the castle or the tea-room. The castle is nothing special to be honest, some of the rooms are pretty bare and it doesn't have the sense of history that some of the other castles...More
The castle appearance is becoming very scrappy. I think it’s in need of some repairs and full clean-up in general. That goes for the interior and exterior.
There’s torn fabrics, holes in windows etc - not great.
Tearoom was the nail in the coffin for...More
What a delight! My boyfriend and I stopped here after visiting Fyvie Castle and Tolquhon Castle. Delgatie Castle turned out to be a real treat. We loved the flowers leading up to this fortress, and we also loved reading the notes left by the previous...More
This is one of those rare finds. A castle that is preserved as a home by the last owner. It is not like a SNT or SHeritage property. It is owned by a trust and run by volunteers. Not only is the castle very interesting...More