Kildrummy Castle Hotel
Built as a private home for Col Ogston in 1900 the house was converted to hotel use in 1956, firstly as a seasonal shooting and fishing lodge and then with the provision of all modern facilities in 1978 to the present day first class hotel. The house has however retained its original turn of the century interior and feels ver much still a traditional North East of Scotland Baronial Home. Its magnificant location overlooking the ruins of the original 13th century castle and the renowned Kildrummy Castle gardens, with acres of planted gardens and woodland, provide a haven of peace and tranquility from where you can explore the treasures of the Grampian Highlands.
Above is a copy of the original architects drawing of what is now Kildrummy
Castle Hotel completed onMarch 15th 1901 by A.Marshall-Mackenzie ARSA Arcat.