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My mother lives in Cuminstown and loves this place. Its a wee gem, all home baking and simple home cooked food and its done very well. Despite previous reviews I have to say the cafe is unique where its placed in a genuine mediaeval castle!...More
Awful place. Dirty, smells musty and damp. Tea room is a joke! Portions ridiculously small and service poor. Don't waste your time visiting. Also don't visit unless you have a 4x4...the road is full of huge potholes!
On our visit to see my inlaws in macduff we decided to do a few castle tours, this one attracted me because of the great reviews on the tea rooms as well as how old the castle is, there had been an art show through...More
We visited Delgatie as part of the Doors Open Day and North East Open Studios events. This is a privately owned castle, run by the Delgatie Trust, and has been a family home for most of the last 650 years. It doesn't have the glossy...More
Had a lovely visit warm welcome at the castle entrance, Nice too walk round the floors. The cafe is small as it is in the original kitchen. My wife had a toastie, which she said was nice. I had Stornaway black pudding on scotch pancakes,...More
I usually only write reviews of attractions when there is something wrong with them which needs putting right, or it is a place which deserves greater public support. Delgatie Castle falls into the latter category.
Visited it yesterday, and it is full of interest, with...More
First time visit to this castle and upon entry were given a friendly greeting by the lady in charge. After paying our entry fee we were given a short revues of the castle. As she saw that I use a walking stick she asked if...More