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This café is in Braemar right at the far end near the small island by the Braemar Show Ground. It is absolutely super, wonderful sandwiches, homemade cakes etc., and utterly delicious coffee. I thoroughly recommend it you won’t be disappointed.
This is a very interesting castle, in that it isn't really a castle at all, in the traditional sense. It's more a manor, or house of an aristocratic family/families, but is very interesting to see how the times changed this. It shows a contrast between...More
More what I’d consider a manor house than a castle it’s still worth a tour. Take the guided tour and enjoy the stories. The interior design choices are quite unique and include a lot of pink.
Arrived not sure about options - while getting tickets we were offered either a 'box' or a person for the tour - picked person ! and had an excellent tour. Spent longer than expected and learnt a load about the castles checkered history. Great value...More
Nice to visit if your into a castle tour. More of a modern style furnished building if you'd like to visit. Just take a pic of outside and lovely purple weeds that are pretty.
An interesting castle in a beautiful location. Enthusiastic and knowledgeable tour guide, lots to see inside and some really interesting rooms, including 18th century graffiti carved into some window frames. The guided tour is a must and then you could easily spend the same time...More
A short walk along the road from the car park and nice walk up to the unusual looking castle. We were met by staff dressed in national costumes of Scotland. The castle rooms were all laid out with interesting things to see. One could have...More
I mean, really, Scotland is full of them. If you are in the area, this is a neat little castle to visit.