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Kildrummy Inn

Kildrummy Inn,Alford Information
The Kildrummy Inn is located in the heart of rural Aberdeenshire on the main A97 Donside road heading to Strathdon just a couple of minutes drive from the Mossat junction. Its location makes the Kildrummy Inn an excellent base for touring this beautiful part of the Grampian Mountains & beyond. Ideally situated for both the Whisky & Castle trails with Kildrummy’s own historic Castle & tranquil gardens just 10 minutes walk from the Inn front door! As well as catering for visitors & tourists Kildrummy Inn is renowned for its excellent cuisine & hospitality. Making it a very popular place to dine! Your hosts Darren & Sylvia Gimber have been running the Inn for 6 & a half years. With the Inn’s history, unique & delightful charm coupled with the personal way Darren & Sylvia run it. You will be glad you choose The Wee Kildrummy Inn! Forming part of the surrounding Kildrummy Estate the Kildrummy Inn boasts 3 characteristic and tastefully decorated dining areas. We have a cosy residents/diners bar lounge with wood burning stove to keep you warm over the autumn & winter months. Featuring a large range of malt whiskies, local bottled ales & selection of wines to compliment our extensive menu. The hotel also has 4 tastefully decorated en-suite letting bedrooms on the accommodation floor. 3 of which are double rooms and 1 twin room. For more information please see accommodation & tariffs. Alongside the Inn is the Volunteers Hall erected in 1866. Accessed via a side door from the red room the hall is licensed for up to 120 people. With a separate bar, cloakroom, male & female toilet facilities this provides the ideal location for Wedding receptions, Christenings and family functions. The hotel benefits from being situated in around 3 acres of land. A paddock to the rear of the steadings has been developed and is licensed for 5 caravans. Registered through the Caravan & Camping Club, there are electric & water points to connect to and waste disposal facilities. Guests are able to log into our free wi-fi on the accommodation floor.
 
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Kildrummy Inn,Alford
Kildrummy Inn,Alford Address
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Kildrummy Inn
Kildrummy Inn
ALFORD
Aberdeenshire
Scotland
AB33 8QS
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Credit cards
Visa/Delta, Mastercard, Visa Electron, Solo, Switch/Maestro
smoking
  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
Price(s)
Prices from £45.0000
bedrooms
4
facilities
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Iron And Board In Each Room
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Wake Up Call Available
  • Wedding Licence
directions
The Kildrummy Inn is located just outside the old hamlet of Kildrummy, about 35 miles west of Aberdeen via the A944 on the roadside on the A97. From Aberdeen: From Aberdeen take the A944 to Alford it's well posted & signed with brown roadside tourist board signs all the way to Kildrummy for the "Highland Tourist Route". Continue through the village of Alford & about half a about ½-mile out the other side to a small crossroads. Turn right at the crossroads. Continue over the hump backed brigde immediately followed by a sharp left-hand bend, staying on A944. Continue for about 6 miles to Mossat. At Mossat junction turn left onto A97 towards Kildrummy and continue for 2¾ miles. Kildrummy Inn is right on the roadside. Look for the word "INN" painted on the bar roof! From Huntly: Take the A97 south from Huntly sign posted for the "Higland Tourist Route" & Strathdon. Pass through Rhynie 9 miles. Lumsden at 13 miles. Continue through Lumsden to Mossat Junction. At Mossat junction turn right for Kildrummy. Continue on the A97 to Kildrummy Inn for 2¾ miles. Kildrummy Inn is right on the roadside. Look for the word "INN" painted on the bar roof! From Edinburgh & Glasgow: This is our favourite route to head up from either of the 2 cities. The most scenic & enjoyable for us. From Glasgow take the M80 then A80 to join the M9 towards Stirling. From Edinburgh take the A8 to the Newbridge junction then the M9 to Falkirk & Stirling. From both start points you now continue up the M9 from Stirling & then A9 to Perth. At Broxden roundabout take the 2nd exit & follow the A93 through Perth, Old Scone, Guildtown & on to Blairgowrie.(Blairgowrie is a nice place to stop for a break some nice tearooms & good scones!) Head through Blairgowrie & continue on the A93 (you will pick up signs for Glenshee) through Bridge of Cally, then spittal of Glenshee over the top the mountain & into Braemar. Continue through Braemar still on at A93 till you get to the B976 turn off just before Crathie & the entrance to Balmoral Estate. Turn left onto the B976 & continue to Gairnshiel lodge, Take a left at Gairnshiel lodge onto A939. (You will got over a steep humpback bridge over the river Gairn) Continue over the top of the hills & down the other side where you will hit a T junction on to the A944. Take a right at this junction & head through Roughpark, Strathdon, Glenbuchat, Glenkindie & finally past Kildrummy Castle & Gardens to Kildrummy Inn! From both start points you should get to Kildrummy Inn, in around 3½ hours.