Ceud Mile Failte!

Welcome to the Ballindalloch Castle website. I hope that you will find here all you wish to know about the Castle and Gardens, our family home since the Sixteenth Century.

From immersing yourself in the history of the Castle, its architecture and interiors, to enjoying the photos of the Gardens, I hope that you will be tempted to make the trip to Speyside to visit us.

You will also find further information about the wider Estate and the Ballindalloch Distillery.

Do call or send us an email with any questions. You can also follow us on our Facebook page.

Guy Macpherson-Grant

Information for Visitors

Explore five hundred years of Highland history, acres of formal gardens, woodlands and riverside walks, the children’s Playground, Picnic Area, Tearoom and Gift Shop.

The Castle

Ballindalloch Castle is one of the finest surviving examples of a Scottish Baronial Castle and tourists flock from around the globe to visit this ‘Pearl of the North’.

Tour the Castle

Over the entrance to the Castle stands the Macpherson-Grant arms, finely cut in freestone, inscribed with Ye Lord shall preserve thy going out and thy coming in.

The Gardens

The formal grounds of Ballindalloch Castle were principally laid down in the second half of the 19th Century, following the extensive restorations to the Castle made around 1850.

Highland Estate

Ballindalloch Castle and Gardens sit at the heart of a multi-faceted Highland estate. During the summer season, up to around 35 people are employed in the various activities.

How to find us

Ballindalloch Castle is situated just off the A95 one hour from Inverness, ninety minutes from Aberdeen and situated halfway between the towns of Grantown-on-Spey and Aberlour.