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Ballindalloch Castle

Ballindalloch Castle
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Ballindalloch Castle, Ballindalloch, UK
Description:

Ballindalloch Castle has been home to the Macpherson-Grant family for 24 generations. It was built in the mid-16th century and enlarged by successive generations, resulting in today’s fairytale exterior. Inside, the Castle is warm and welcoming, full of family history and photographs.

The gardens are a delight, with massed daffodils in Spring, a glorious display of rhododendrons, the spectacular herbaceous border, through to the roses of late summer. There are river and woodland walks for the visitor to enjoy, as well as a children’s playground, a grass labyrinth, and a welcoming tearoom and gift shop.

The Castle is at the centre of a progressive estate, where traditional themes of fishing, shooting, forestry and agriculture have been added to by recent innovations such as tourism, holiday accommodation, corporate events, and a distillery, The owners work to help sustain the rural community and to preserve the landscape and heritage for future generations.

 

Open between Good Friday and 30th September.

Address:
Ballindalloch Castle, Ballindalloch, UK
Description:

Ballindalloch Castle has been home to the Macpherson-Grant family for 24 generations. It was built in the mid-16th century and enlarged by successive generations, resulting in today’s fairytale exterior. Inside, the Castle is warm and welcoming, full of family history and photographs.

The gardens are a delight, with massed daffodils in Spring, a glorious display of rhododendrons, the spectacular herbaceous border, through to the roses of late summer. There are river and woodland walks for the visitor to enjoy, as well as a children’s playground, a grass labyrinth, and a welcoming tearoom and gift shop.

The Castle is at the centre of a progressive estate, where traditional themes of fishing, shooting, forestry and agriculture have been added to by recent innovations such as tourism, holiday accommodation, corporate events, and a distillery, The owners work to help sustain the rural community and to preserve the landscape and heritage for future generations.

 

Open between Good Friday and 30th September.

 

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