Set in a hamlet a few hundred yards from Blair Castle, Old Blair started life as an inn. It is now a comfortable lodge surrounded by landscaped parklands, farmland and miles of way-marked trails.
Sleeping up to ten guests in the main lodge, and two in the connecting annexe with its own separate sitting room; Old Blair is popular for family breaks, castle wedding guests and festive family gatherings.
Old Blair’s garden runs into the ruins of St. Brides Kirk and from there you can continue walking into Diana’s Grove, Hercules Garden or up into the hills of the Cairngorm National Park.
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