Kildrummy Castle Hotel (Alford) Reviews
Description:Kildrummy / By Alford / Aberdeenshire / Scotland / AB33 8RA / Tel: +44 (0)19755 71288 / Fax: +44 (0)19755 71345. / Set ... more
Kildrummy Castle Hotel (Alford) ... in the heart of the Grampian Highlands, overlooking the ruins of the original 13th century castle, Kildrummy Castle Hotel offers a rare opportunity to enjoy the style and elegance of a bygone era combined with all the comforts and service of a modern, first class hotel.
Newest Review: ... with the hair-dryer. There was a small table and some comfortable chairs with a small bowl of fruit and some boiled sweets. The bathroom had a bath and a mixer tap with shower attachment. The towels were lovely soft white fluffy towels and there was also two towelling robes. We had a bath before dinner and when we came back after dinner our bed had been turned down and the towels had been ... more
Customer Kildrummy Castle Hotel (Alford) Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/06/06 (Very useful, 433 readings)
Kildrummy Castle Hotel is a small privately owned hotel in Kildrummy, near Alford in Aberdeenshire. The hotel overlooks the ruins of the 13th century Kildrummy Castle. We were lucky enough to be invited to go with my parents-in-law, we were travelling north anyway to visit my husband's grandmother who stays near Aberdeen. They offered to pay for us to stay the night to celebrate my mother-in-laws birthday so we didn't need much persuading to agree! The History The house was originally built and owned by Colonel James Ogston, my husband's grandmother recalls him being known as Soapy Ogston when she was younger as he made his money from a soap factory ... Read the complete review
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