A unique opportunity to stay in a 17th century Scottish Baronial Castle.


Official Website for  Leslie Castle Scotland. We offer accommodation in the historic castle on a bed and breakfast basis.  Evening meals are also available to guests in the Baronial hall by prior arrangement.  We also cater for events. Book direct on our website for the best rates. Then start counting down the days to a unique experience!

Leslie Castle dates back to the 14th Century, the present structure was restored in the 1980’s with the comforts of modern day life. The Castle has 6 large en-suite rooms to accommodate guests.  We invite our guests to relax in and enjoy the Great Hall; the cosy fireside sofas of the Withdrawing room and superb views of the garden; or snuggle up in our Baron’s Retreat with a book or game from our shelves, or plan a day out from the comfort of a fire side seat.

The old kitchen with its vaulted ceiling and huge fireplace is now the Breakfast Room where you will be served breakfast at a prearranged time to suit you  between 8am and 10am.  We offer a full cooked breakfast, using the finest local produce where possible.  Cereals, pastries, fruit, yogurt and juices are available on a buffet.  Cooked breakfast is freshly prepared at your requested time. Porridge is also available as an alternative.

The Castle is owned by the Baron of Leslie and is surrounded by rolling hills.  With countryside perfect for walking, hiking, fishing, golfing, nordic skiing or just relaxing.  We are close to the Whisky Trail and to the Castle Trail, there are a plethora of places to explore, from ancient castles to Royal Castles, from distilleries to cooperage.  There is something for everyone with a history spanning thousands of years from the age of flint to recumbent stone circles, to ancient hill forts, to the Romans and Pictish tribes.  With over 300 castles, stately homes and ruins dotting its landscape, Aberdeenshire is unsurprisingly known as ‘Scotland’s Castle Country’.  We are also a convenient stayover for those touring between Edinburgh/Glasgow and Inverness/Skye.  For the Leslie clan-folk there are particular local visitor sites to see, such as Leslie Cross at the chapel of Garioch, the ruins of Balquhain Castle, the Battle of Harlaw Monument as well as the Leslie Kirkyard.  All guests staying at the Leslie castle are offered a guided tour of the castle and information about the castles history and restoration.  The blog is regularly updated with snippets of history and things to do and see in the area.

Tours of the Castle

All guests staying at the Leslie castle are offered a guided tour of the castle and information about the castles history and restoration.   The castle is also open to the public for tours by prior arrangement, a small fee is payable for not resident guests.  We welcome school and club visits.

We have 3 types of bedroom, King Size 4-poster Room, Double Room, and Twin Room.
Leslie room at Leslie Castle

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