If you want to relax in the Scottish countryside, where the wheat waves in the breeze and sheep and cattle graze in rolling fields, then this is the place to be! Creelwell is a family owned farm of 160 acres of pasture and grain, with a flock of 180 ewes and beef cattle.
The accommodation is comfortable, modern and all on ground floor. The bedrooms are comfortably furnished with ensuite facilities, courtesy tray, television and WIFI access.
Breakfast is served in a bright, attractively decorated conservatory/dining room overlooking the patio/garden with stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Here you can sample delicious meals featuring the best of local produce cooked on the solid farmhouse range. On cooler evenings relax in the television lounge in front of a real coal fire. We like to think the warm hospitality we offer our guests is the same as we give our friends. Credit card facility available.
We are ideally situated whether you are visiting the city of Aberdeen, enjoying the golden beaches of the coastal fishing towns, or exploring the heart of the Scottish Highlands! There is always something to do or see that can be enjoyed by all
Places to see and activities to enjoy:
Visit Royal Deeside: Balmoral Castle ( Queen's summer residence) Crathes Church and the Deeside towns of Banchory, Aboyne and Ballater
Fishing on the River Deveron (salmon and trout fishing)
Golfing at local courses of Turriff, Banff, Huntly, Oldmeldrum, Peterhead and Cruden Bay.
Follow the whisky trail: Many whisky distilleries are open to the public around the Moray and Speyside area, including the famous Glenfiddioch at Dufftown. The Glendronach Distillery is just 1.5 miles from Creelwell Farm.
Explore the castles of Fyvie and Delgatie, the gardens at Leith Hall and Pitmedden or visit the Duff House Art Gallery at Macduff.
The Museums: Grampian Transport museum at Alford and the Farming museum at Aden Country Park, Mintlaw.
Choose your day trip then at the end of the day come back to Creelwell Farm. Relax in the Patio area or conservatory and view the flower garden and the Scottish countryside while soaking up the atmosphere of rural life on an Aberdeenshire working farm.