Strathdon House - Private Rentals - Adams & Butler

Strathdon House

Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 26 guests
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Great location to explore the majestic Highlands of Scotland

12 individually designed bedrooms

Property overview

Strathdon House is an exclusive Scottish mansion, immaculately presented to the highest standards, but where the atmosphere is always warm and relaxing. Strathdon House are passionate about ensuring our guests enjoy unique and memorable experiences, offering truly bespoke hospitality that caters to your particular wants and needs, and always maintaining the exceptional standards one would expect of this luxurious setting.

Accommodation

Strathdon House estate offers twelve sumptuous ensuite bedrooms, guests enjoy the benefit of our impressive formal Dining Room, beautiful Drawing Room, and exquisite Whisky Library. Strathdon House Is set on eighteen-acres of private woodland and manicured lawns boast access to a glorious Victorian walled garden, private lochan fed by the celebrated River Don, and even a woodland bonfire area for special moments by the crackle of the warming fire. There is also access to an outdoor table tennis table, croquet lawn, children’s activity area and a private stretch of the River Don to cast your fishing line. Strathdon House has its very own historic and tranquil 3 acre Victorian walled garden is at the heart of our remarkable eighteen acre private estate.

Location

Aberdeen is northeast Scotland's powerhouse, fueled by the North Sea petroleum industry. Oil money made the city as expensive as London, with prices charged to match the depth of oil-wealthy pockets, though regular downturns in the industry see prices fall. Fortunately, most cultural attractions, such as the Maritime Museum and Aberdeen Art Gallery, are free. Known throughout Scotland as the granite city, much of the town was built using silvery-grey granite hewn from the now-abandoned Rubislaw Quarry, at one time the biggest artificial hole in the ground in Europe. On a sunny day the granite lends an attractive glitter to the city, but when low, grey rain clouds scud in off the North Sea it can be hard to tell where the buildings stop and the sky begins.

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Strathdon House

Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Highlights

  • Accommodates up to 26 guests
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens
  • Perfect for Family Gatherings and Groups of Friends

Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Great location to explore the majestic Highlands of Scotland

12 individually designed bedrooms

Property overview

Strathdon House is an exclusive Scottish mansion, immaculately presented to the highest standards, but where the atmosphere is always warm and relaxing. Strathdon House are passionate about ensuring our guests enjoy unique and memorable experiences, offering truly bespoke hospitality that caters to your particular wants and needs, and always maintaining the exceptional standards one would expect of this luxurious setting.

Accommodation

Strathdon House estate offers twelve sumptuous ensuite bedrooms, guests enjoy the benefit of our impressive formal Dining Room, beautiful Drawing Room, and exquisite Whisky Library. Strathdon House Is set on eighteen-acres of private woodland and manicured lawns boast access to a glorious Victorian walled garden, private lochan fed by the celebrated River Don, and even a woodland bonfire area for special moments by the crackle of the warming fire. There is also access to an outdoor table tennis table, croquet lawn, children’s activity area and a private stretch of the River Don to cast your fishing line. Strathdon House has its very own historic and tranquil 3 acre Victorian walled garden is at the heart of our remarkable eighteen acre private estate.

Location

Aberdeen is northeast Scotland's powerhouse, fueled by the North Sea petroleum industry. Oil money made the city as expensive as London, with prices charged to match the depth of oil-wealthy pockets, though regular downturns in the industry see prices fall. Fortunately, most cultural attractions, such as the Maritime Museum and Aberdeen Art Gallery, are free. Known throughout Scotland as the granite city, much of the town was built using silvery-grey granite hewn from the now-abandoned Rubislaw Quarry, at one time the biggest artificial hole in the ground in Europe. On a sunny day the granite lends an attractive glitter to the city, but when low, grey rain clouds scud in off the North Sea it can be hard to tell where the buildings stop and the sky begins.

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We are Experience
Designers

Our team of highly experienced travel designers will guide you from beginning to end as you embark on a tailor-made journey of distinction, enjoying truly exclusive and authentic cultural experiences. We can fulfil your bucket-list dreams.

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