Photo: Ed Garland

Visit the beautiful Leith Hall gardens for a day filled with the sights and aromas of this 16th century country house.

Set in idyllic Aberdeenshire in the far north of Scotland, Leith Hall is a country home that resides within 286 acres of land, that have been transformed into the most glorious variety of gardens. The Scottish Highlands are famous for mountain ranges and spectacular countryside views, and a visit to Leith Hall will be a feast for the eyes.

This spectacular country house is steeped in history with links to the Battle of Culloden in 1745 and the Bonnie Prince Charles. It also became a temporary hospital during World War I and cared for over 500 people!

This country house garden estate is bursting with things to do. The gardens are superb with a variety of flowers and trees; there are even fruit trees and vegetable patches to be found! Each garden is walled off in separate themes, so there is a new discovery around every corner!

There is a trickling stream that meanders throughout the garden and there are two ponds for visitors to enjoy. Numerous birds come to enjoy the flowers, and there is a special bird watching site for ornithology enthusiasts!

The gardens have nature trails for you to explore and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Leith estate.


Leith Hall Garden & Estate, Huntly, Aberdeen & Grampian, AB54 4NQ
Tel: 01464 831216
Times: Garden & Grounds, daily, 9.00 – sunset