Kildrummy Inn

“Former coaching inn with an all-round first-rate reputation” - AA Inspector

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KILDRUMMY, ABERDEENSHIRE

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Brothers-in-law David Littlewood and Nigel Hake, together with their wives, have fulfilled their long-held ambition to own an inn. Thanks to David's expert cooking and Nigel's amiable hospitality, they have swiftly achieved a reputation for attentive service, highly praised modern Scottish food and excellent accommodation. A sample dinner menu lists goose and chicken liver parfait, compressed apple and beer bread; beef two ways – sirloin and featherblade – horseradish, mash, roots, glazed pearl onions and jus; and North Sea cod with langoustines and shellfish bisque. There are over 50 malts from some of Scotland's smaller distilleries to choose from plus Thistly Cross ciders in the inviting tartan-carpeted bar.

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AA Pick of the Pubs
Kildrummy Inn
KILDRUMMY, AB33 8QS
Phone : 01975 571227

Features

Children
  • Children welcome
  • Children's portions
Facilities
  • Free Wifi
  • Garden
Opening Times
  • Closed: J
  • J

About The area

Discover Aberdeenshire

Visitors to Aberdeenshire with any kind of interest in history are in for a treat. There are more castles to the acre in Aberdeenshire than anywhere else in Britain. They range from evocative ruins to lonely tower houses, from well-kept baronial strongholds to royal palaces. Four notable castles worth factoring into your itinerary are Dunnottar, Fyvie, Huntly and Tolquhon.

At Buchan Ness you’ll find yourself at the easternmost point of Scotland. From here you can follow the coast further down this stunning north-east shoulder of Scotland south to Peterhead, once an important whaling community. Beyond it is Aberdeen, where the eastern spur of the Grampians gives way to the North Sea, and two famous salmon rivers, the Don and the Dee, reach the end of their spectacular journey. 

Heading west out of Scotland’s granite city, you are soon in a magical world of heather moorland, rolling hills and densely wooded valleys, cut by meandering rivers and picturesque lochs. It is here that you can discover the staggering number of castles and ancient strongholds. However, it’s not all palaces and ruins. Bottlenose dolphins are an everyday sight in the Moray Firth and off the Aberdeenshire coast so grab your binoculars and head to the shores.

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