A typical Scottish laird's abode brimming with all sorts of family treasures, built over three centuries, starting in 1650. Leith Hall is set across 286 acres of stunning scenic estate containing 6 acres of wonderful garden that overlooks some of Aberdeenshire's finest panoramic countryside. You can enjoy the stunning waymarked walks of various lengths around the estate and ponds including a walk up Craigfall Hill to an amazing viewpoint and another through mixed woodland and 18th-century stables and ice house. It's famous for its beautiful gardens with roses, fruit, vegetables and ornamental grasses giving year-round interest.
Garden - daily, all year round 9am - sunset
Grounds - daily, all year round
Hall - Closed to the public
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Trust Members - FREE
Adult - £9
Family - £22
Concession - £6.50
Single Parent Family - £16.50
NTS Members FREE
Adult - £2.50
Concession - £1.90
Car Park - Pay and Display £2 (Free to NTS Members who display their car park sticker)
The Hall is closed to the public but pre-booked tours for groups can be arranged, or the Hall can be hired for functions and weddings - please contact 0844 493 2164 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dogs are allowed on the Estate but please keep dogs on a lead near livestock.
Only assistance dogs are allowed in the Garden.
Parking is approximately 100 metres from the Garden.
Sloping Walled Garden - parking is available at the top on the left near Gardener's Cottage, and there is a path to the viewpoint.
The Pond Walk is accessible with assistance.
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