Beneath a crisp Georgian exterior is an elegant mansion house noted for its fine furniture and paintings and extravagant late Victorian interiors shows the fascinating history of the Gordon family. The superb collection of paintings includes works by Pompeo Batoni, William Mosman, Sir Thomas Lawrence and James Giles.
Haddo House also has a stunning terraced garden with geometric rosebeds and fountain, a lavish herbaceous border and secluded glades and knolls. A magnificent avenue of lime trees leads to Haddo Country Park with its lakes, monuments, walks and wildlife
Visit the old stables and you'll find a shop, which sells a lovely range of gifts, then drop into the period tearoom for refreshments and sample some delicious home baking.
Haddo House has been home to the Gordon family for over 400 years and visitors often remark how homely it feels. Originally designed by William Adam in 1732 and refurbished in 1880, the house combines crisp Georgian architecture with sumptuous late Victorian interiors.
The 2015 Haddo House opening times are as follows:
Haddo House is open for tours from 29 March until 28 September on Sundays and Mondays only, tours at 11 am and 2 pm. Pre-booking is recommended by contacting the property at 01651 851440 or email@example.com or visiting the Gift Shop.
Gift Shop open daily from 27 March until 30 September from 10:30 am - 5 pm.
Tearoom open daily from 27 March until 30 September from 10:00 am - 5 pm (last orders 4:30 pm).
Admission Pricing is as follows: NTS Members: Free Adult: £10.50 Family: £24.50 1 Parent Family: £18.00 Concession: £7.50
There is a tearoom and shop at the property.
Weddings and Corporate Events at Haddo House
For further information please contact Irene Biedma, who would be delighted to discuss your requirements in more detail and hopefully start the planning process with you for your forthcoming event.Telephone: 01651 851440 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Haddo House Accessibility
Haddo House (there is a lift to the first floor), part of the garden, the Country Park, the shop, restaurant and toilets are all wheelchair accessible.
Disabled visitors may alight at the front door of the House, with parking nearby. A wheelchair is available.
Large-print room information sheets are available.
Hearing-impaired information sheets are available.
Information sheets: French, German, Italian and Spanish
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