Leith Hall and Garden
Kennethmont near Huntly, Aberdeenshire, UK
Leith Hall was built around 1650 and lived in by the Leith family until the mid-20th century.
Set in 286 acres of scenic estate containing 6 acres of wonderful garden that overlooks some of Aberdeenshire’s finest rolling countryside. Originally built around an abundant courtyard the house still has personal belongings of the family and those before them including their military uniforms and weaponry. There are a number of marked paths in the beautiful gardens allowing you to amble and take in the large walled garden, wide herbaceous borders, alpines and primulas as well as the ponds and bird observation hide!
There is a lovely tearoom and the house is open most days but you need to check their website for details.
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