Cluny Castle, situated in the tranquil undulating farmland of Aberdeenshire known as Gordon Country, is hidden from view by over two hundred acres of landscaped policies.  Dating back to 14th century it continues to be a much loved home of the Gordons of Cluny.  Between 1820 and 1870 a smaller castle was transformed into the magnificent crenellated mansion that exists today.  The name “Cluny” originates from the Gaelic word for ‘meadow’, and at Cluny Castle superb exuberant architecture and beautiful grounds of a great Scottish castle combine perfectly to create a secluded and romantic pastoral retreat.

   

During the day or at night, Cluny creates a stunning setting.  It has been the chosen venue for private dinners for major companies, and also for summer balls with up to 250 guests...more    
Each year there are a few dates available for weddings.  Perfect for the ultimate fairytale wedding beyond compare, Cluny has its own Chapel...more
 
As well as being used for a number of smaller films, Cluny Castle was one of the main locations for ‘The Queen’ starring Helen Mirren... more
 

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