Kildrummy Inn

Bed and Breakfast Inn in Alford, Grampian

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Kildrummy Inn, Kildrummy
AB33 8QS

Kildrummy Inn, Alford

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Forming part of the surrounding Kildrummy Estate the Kildrummy Inn boasts 3 characteristic and tastefully decorated dining areas. The Sun Lounge (14 covers), the Green Room (up to 20 covers) and the Red Room with open fireplace and ornate mantle (up to 20 covers). A residents/diners bar lounge with a large range of malt whiskies.

The hotel also has 3 double rooms and 1 twin room available for letting.

A traditional Inn with unmistakable charm, character, decor and ambience will remind you of our rural location in The Scottish Grampian Highlands. Tranquil settings, excellent cuisine using local suppliers & produce along with true Scottish hospitality! All carefully nurtured by the very personal way in which Darren & Sylvia run the Kildrummy Inn. Combine this feast with the welcoming warmth and character you would expect from a family run a traditional Highland Inn.

The Hotel offers a choice of Dining. Open to residents and non-residents alike. Choose from the comfortable surroundings of the Red & Green Dining rooms or the relaxed atmosphere in the Sun Lounge.

After a wonderful meal, what better to do than to sink into an armchair in the lounge bar and relax. For good measure there is naturally an excellent selection of malt whiskies. The Inn also boasts 4 tastefully decorated bedrooms.

We strive to offer our guests something different - a personal and relaxed family atmosphere, stunning location and deliciously fresh food. The excellent location of the Kildrummy Inn not only provides the local community with a centrepiece to rural living in this beautiful part of Scotland but also provides an excellent base for visitors to the area, perfectly placed for all guests to enjoy the abundant wildlife and is ideal for all outdoor adventure activities. We are a favourite destination for country sports enthusiasts, in particular deer stalking and fishing, which is on offer in the magnificent beauty and tranquillity of a small number of private estates.

Here at Kildrummy Inn we are very fortunate to have over 100 golf courses of varying stature to suit the complete novice right through to the professional golfer all within about a 90 mile radius. An array of which can be reached in around 45 minutes! If that’s not enough to get your driver twitching nothing will! Our pleasant local parkland course Alford is just 10 minutes drive from the Inn.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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Alford Travel and Heritage Information

Kildrummy Castle - 0.6 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Glenbuchat Castle - 4.3 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

Auchindoir, St Mary's Church - 4.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Rhynie Symbol Stones - 6.4 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Migvie Pictish Stone and Kirk - 6.6 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Cabrach - 7 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

Grampian Transport Museum - 7.1 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

Tap O' Noth Hill Fort - 7.4 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Culsh Earth-House - 7.7 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Craigievar Castle - 8 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

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