Castle Hotel Huntly

Address: Huntly, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, AB54 4SH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Huntly, is near Old Castle of Slains, Huntly Castle, North East Falconry Centre, and Whiskey Trail.
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        • Free parking

        TravelPod Member ReviewsCastle Hotel Huntly

        Reviewed by rumbelow-europe

        Historical and colourful.

        Reviewed Sep 5, 2013
        by (20 reviews) Bendigo- SHELBOURNE , Australia Flag of Australia

        This old hotel is well worth the stay. The room we had was large and overlooked the gardens.
        It is within walking distance of the old castle and town.
        It has a great old silver service dinning room....we loved it

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Castle Hotel Huntly

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Huntly

        Whisky And Fairytales

        A travel blog entry by dylan_and_rob on Sep 13, 2015

        5 photos

        ... on to auction. It is also the highest distillery in Scotland, and because the temperatures remain cool, or cold, it helps create the delicate whisky they have made famous. The tour was very informative, and I feel I have some basic knowledge with which to use if I ever buy or order whisky. The end of the tour capped off with a taste, with a small dark chocolate to accompany it. And of course the opportunity to buy some of our own whisky ...


        A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Aug 15, 2014

        1 comment, 18 photos

        We arrived in Aberdeen and needed to figure our way out to Huntly. We quickly learned the bus routes and got on a coach bus (yes those are their buses from town to town) and we were off to Huntly. We arrived in a small town and quickly found the hostel and checked in. We found out that out of all 7 rooms we were the only three people in the whole hostel staying there, that's how small town it was. It did have a beautiful kitchen that was all ours! We headed to the grocery store so ...

        The best and the worst

        A travel blog entry by twovines on Aug 09, 2013

        5 photos

        ... br>
        We are told about the family and the line of succession, which only passes down the male line. Yes, even in this day and age! Turns out the last laird had five daughters but no sons so the line has died out. We also learn about a very bad tempered laird whose motto is 'doe not vaiken sleiping dogs' (let sleeping dogs lie). This particular laird is said to have chased a lad who was sweet on his daughter up the tower. ...


        A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Aug 02, 2013

        ... height: 15.86px;">So perhaps I was vulnerable…like a small, red squirrel that’s just had her stash of winter nuts stolen, been knocked off her tree, lost half her tail fur and become maybe slightly desperate for affection. In any case, I did end up embroiled in a rather turbulent affair with this very Sicilian, very bankrupt bar-owner, who managed the café with his sister; both earning for their mother who had run away from their disloyal, gambling father to ...

        Another day in north east Aberdeenshire

        A travel blog entry by deirjohn on Jul 10, 2013

        2 photos

        ... It's been an ambition of mine since my intermediate school days to go to Banff. However I was thinking Banff Canada not Banff, Scotland! Well I guess that will have to do. We tried to find what we thought was the village of Meldrum, but found out later its a district not a specific place. So the GPS had us going up this rutted dirt track to the middle of nowhere. Fortunately there was no one around at the barns we ended up almost inside of, so ...