Castle Fraser (Grampian) Reviews
Description:Sauchen, Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, AB51 7LD. Tel. Sauchen (01330) 833463. ADMISSION PRICES: castle, garden and grounds, ... more
Newest Review: ... the many seats in the garden are often occupied in the better weather as it had a lovely relaxing atmosphere. Some of the park land around the castle was suitable for walking with a pushchair and there were plenty of grassy slopes for our 5 year old to roll down which he loved. Café ********** We decide to treat ourselves to a hot sandwich and soup in the café. This was table service ... more
Customer Castle Fraser (Grampian) Reviews (2)
by - written on 10/11/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Recently we spent a lovely holiday on Royal Deeside in Scotland and one of the places we visited was the beautiful Castle Fraser. This is owned and run by the National Trust for Scotland and as members of the national trust we were able to get in for free. Where is it *********** We found it easy to find as it is just 4 miles North of Dunecht and only 16 miles away from Aberdeen. There were plenty of brown signs as we approached. There is a good amount of car parking there you do have to pay a parking fee of £2 if you are not a Trust member displaying a badge in your car so make sure you have your car badge with you if you are a member of the change ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/01, updated on 01/08/01 (Very useful, 173 readings)
A lot of visitors are attracted to the North-East of Scotland because of the long, sandy beaches which are amongst the best in the country. When the weather occasionally permits, they are superb and you can even see dolphins a few hundred metres out from the shore if you are lucky. But take a trip inland, and you will be pleasantly surprised by the scenery and historic attractions which await you. The Castle Frase and its gardens are one such attraction. This is one of the grandest Castles of Mar, which are a group of famous and spectacular castles situated in this area. The building itself was built towards the end of the 16th century but was not finished ... Read the complete review
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