Castle Hotel, Huntly

Scottish property firm Graham + Sibbald are delighted to bring to the market the Castle Hotel, Marquis Drive, Huntly, Aberdeenshire, AB54 4SH.

The Castle Hotel, an historic property, has its origins in the mid-18th Century, when it was known as Sandieston House, and in the early 19th Century, Georgian period, it was significantly extended by the Dukes of Gordon family and named Huntly Lodge.  It was in 1946 the property was converted to an hotel, with the Castle Hotel a “proud” mansion house hotel, in its own grounds, situated on the norther outskirts of Huntly, a busy market town on the main A96 Inverness-Aberdeen trunk road. This rural bliss of Aberdeenshire is renowned for its agricultural prowess and field sports, including fishing on the nearby River Deveron, and many famous whisky distilleries are located a short distance from the Castle Hotel.

The magnificent Castle Hotel, Huntly has 18 Letting Bedrooms, Lounge Bar, Dining Room, 2 Lounges/Meeting Rooms, a Garden Terrace, and all set in appx. 11 acres of its own grounds.

After over 21 years of owning and operating the Castle Hotel, Huntly, Andrew & Linda Meiklejohn are planning a well-earned retirement, which offers new owners the wonderful opportunity to purchase this established and quality country house hotel business.

Alistair Letham, a Hotel + Leisure Consultant with Graham + Sibbald, commented, “The imposing, south-facing, Castle Hotel is an impressive hotel property, complemented by a full range of capacious rooms and range of bedroom styles. A well-established and well-known country house hotel, the Castle Hotel is a superb opportunity for new owners in a great location in the North East of Scotland.”.

Graham + Sibbald are inviting “Offers over £1.25 million” for the Castle Hotel, Huntly.

Please contact Alistair Letham for more information on this fantastic business opportunity at

Graham + Sibbald has around 200 employees and 24 partners working across its 16 UK offices in Scotland and England.