It is set peacefully within its extensive estate, with gardens and many delightful walks for guests to enjoy.
It is situated three miles from Turriff, the site of the first skirmish in the civil war between the Covenanters and the Royalists in May 1639. The Castle's location provides an ideal touring base, with the cities of Aberdeen and Inverness both approximately an hours' drive away. Many of the loveliest areas of the Highlands are easily accessible, as well as the beautiful coastline known as the "Scottish Riviera."
Delgatie has tremendous character and a distinct sense of history. This combined with its picturesque setting makes it an ideal stopping place for visitors wishing to experience Scotland. Whether for a half-day visit and refreshment in the cosy Tea Room or for a lengthier stay, Delgatie is sure to please.
Holidays are about getting away to where you can forget the pressures of everyday living - about unwinding in fresh surroundings. Here in the peace and tranquillity of. Delgatie Estate you will have your own country hideaway, with the forest on your doorstep. Holidaymakers are welcome to walk through the Estate and the forests.
Apart from tourist highlights, Delgatie is within easy reach of many quiet local beaches, potteries, antique shops and some of the world's best known whisky distilleries. There is an excellent golf course locally and others of high standard within easy reach. There are numerous rivers nearby that offer excellent fishing for salmon or trout. Delgatie offers its own tranquil lake where the best of rainbow and brown trout may be caught from dusk till dawn.