I liked the castle. We did the audio tour which was interesting. The audio samples are not to long, just right! You can see the love of the community in and outside the castle. Go visit if you’re nearby!
Fantastic wee castle to visit. It is run by volunteers from the village who are also looking after all the renovations and management They are dependent solely on patrons and public support so if you are in the area, you will not only be in...More
This castle is definitely worth a stop as you go through the park. Magnus gives an amazingly detailed and interesting tour. The castle has a historic role in the highland games and has had some famous people inside. Plus, you'll learn about lots of castle...More
Seeing the castle from the outside is fine, but touring, listening to the hand held guide, or even better following around with one of the live guides tell you so much about the history of where you are
The local community are trying to keep this place going as no one lives there now. Although not grand like other castles it does tell an interesting story. Mainly decorated from the 1950s when the last people lived there. The staff were keen to make...More
If you want to see an authentic castle then try Braemar Castle. Pay for the tour and help keep it maintained for the public to visit. Set alongside the river Dee the castle is a great backdrop for pictures and seeing how the Scottish did...More
We visited the castle on our way to Ballayer and Royal Lochnagar distillery. Fun visit, well maintained by committed volunteers, interesting for local history, worth a visit.
Great talk last night by the Countess of Mar on Scottish cuisine in the eighteenth century. Complete with dishes taken straight out of the old cookbook!! @visitabdn @VisitCairngrms @VBallater @BraemarMedia #raisingthestandard #scottishfood #history #castles https://t.co/9WkHYdv3Dt
Here are a few dish names we are serving tonight...any guesses what they are? I think we all know what traditional ale is! @visitabdn @VisitScotland @VBallater @BraemarMedia @cranfordbraemar #historic #food #cooking #Castle #Scottish #ScotlandIsNow https://t.co/SXpJa4mEuK
Hurry! Tickets left for our talk Saturday 6th July on Scottish food... Including historical food samples! Booking essential https://t.co/phCr0PgZJk , @BraemarMedia @visitabdn @cranfordbraemar @VBallater @NorthEast250 @VisitCairngrms @tastebraemar @StStMegs https://t.co/fPEwgQ6Gbo