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Mother's Day at Delgatie Castle - Sunday 30th March 2014 - 12 noon to 5pm

 

Vintage Afternoon Tea served in Yester Room with vintage China and tableware.

 

Afternoon tea will consist of freshly cut sandwiches with a variety of fillings; Scones and Pancakes served with Cream and Jam. To finish with there will be a selection of our award winning home made cakes served with coffee or tea.

 

The Laird's Kitchen will be open normal hours from 10am to 4pm.

'Children with Cancer UK' - The Bennachie Trio Live in Concert at Delgatie Castle on Sunday 30th March 2014 in the Ballroom

 

An afternoon of music and song with Nicola Auchnie, Paul Tierney and Maureen Rutherford.

 

Tickets are £6.00 and include refreshments. Tickets are available from the 'Scotch Corner' in Turriff or by calling 07779644441.

Delgatie Castle – Winner of 'Best Customer Service' at the 2013 Scottish Homebaking Awards

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On Saturday 21 September 2013 we travelled to Mar Hall, Glasgow to attend the Scottish Homebaking Awards. We were nominated for the Best Customer Service Award and were thrilled that after all the nominations were read out to have Delgatie Castle announced as the winner.

Customer Service is key to our business, along with being recognised for fresh home baking on a daily basis.

 

On the weekend of her 70th Birthday this was a double celebration for Joan and her family, but the award also goes to the dedication of Donna and the rest of the team at Delgatie who strive to provide excellent customer service every day.

 

Delgatie Castle is a small charitable trust where everyone works as volunteers in order to keep this beautiful home alive and restored to its present condition.

Clan Hay Gathering

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The annual Clan Hay lunch hosted by Joan Johnson at Delgatie Castle on Sunday the 4th August 2013 was extremly successful.    Hays from many countries such as Australia (Tasmania), Belgium, Canada, Norway, Switzerland and the USA attended the lunch. We were honoured to have the commissioner Malcolm Hay attend this year. It was lovely to see so many new members of the Hay Clan turn out for this prestigeous anual event. The numbers are growing every year.

Welcome to Delgatie Castle - a 4 Star Visitor Attraction

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Delgatie Castle is a registered Charity. We are open to the public all year round, serve wonderful home baking and lunches in the Laird's Kitchen and have Self-Catering accommodation in the Castle and the Coachhouse.

Dating from 1030 the Castle is steeped in Scottish history yet still gives the atmosphere of a lived in home. It has some of the finest painted ceilings in Scotland dating 1592 and 1597.

 

It has a Mary Queen of Scots bed chamber; boasts Victorian clothes, fine furniture and paintings are displayed throughout.

 

Delgatie has the widest turnpike stair in Britain. Visit Scotland has awarded the Castle 4 stars as a 'Visitor Attraction.'

 

The " Laird’s Kitchen” serving our now famous cakes and scones along with fine food; all made from local produce. Everything is made in our own kitchen on the premises.

 

There is a Gift shop, a Fishery and Self-Catering apartments in the Castle grounds.

 

We are Open daily from 10am to 5pm; - Closed for two weeks over Christmas and New Year only.

 

Admission:

  • Adults £8.00
  • Children & Concessions £5.00
  • Family £20.00
  • Groups of 10 or more £5.00 each

A trip to Delgatie is a truly unique experience

 

Inquiries can be made by contacting Joan Johnson at the following:-


Delgatie Castle, Delgaty
Turriff, Aberdeenshire
Scotland AB53 5TD
Telephone/Fax:  01888 563479

How to find us...

Just off the A947, Turriff to Banff road. For a map and directions click here

For more information about the event call Joan Johnson on 0188563479 

Clan Hay Centre

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Delgatie Castle is the Clan Hay Centre. It was touching for the Chief to talk of the enthusiasm of the late Capt. Hay who worked assiduously on behalf of the Clan Hay. His sole porpose and determination in restoring Delgatie Castle was to ensure it stayed as the Clan Hay Centre for future generations.

 

Delgatie Castle is open to the public every day from 10a.m. to 5p.m. and the history of the house is combined with the feel of a much loved home restored over many years by the late Capt. Hay and his wife Everild. Capt. Hay wanted the castle to be kept as his home and the Trustees of the Delgatie Castle Trust to continue to carry out his wishes.

We look forward to the your return next year...

Castle Tearoom wins Heritage Prize...

"The quality of the entries this year was incredibly high" said Ed Beale of Hudson's Heritage Group. "Delgatie Castle demonstrated creativity, commitment and enthusiasm, and we are delighted to help them celebrate their great success. We look forward to seeing their fabulous work continue."

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"Exciting News!!!"

Delgatie Castle Wins National Award for its Homebaking

Delgatie Castle at Turriff has recently been awarded a national award for its home baking after it was nominated by customers who love its cakes and scones.  The award recognises real home baking and Delgatie as a place where the quality is always maintained... For more information about this prestigious award 'click here'

What to do in the area around Delgatie Castle

 

To find out more about events on in the Aberdeenshire area visit www.visitscotland.com

 

To find out more about events going on in the Turriff area visit Turriff Tourist Information

 

Why not drop in at the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford. For more information click here or call 019755 62292 for opening times.