Project Description


Located less than 20 miles outside Aberdeen, Haddo House is the perfect setting for weddings, private parties or corporate events.

Haddo House was designed by William Adam in 1732 and built with entertaining in mind. Throughout its history it has welcomed royalty and other dignitaries and is widely recognised as one of Scotland’s grandest Palladian-style country mansions.

From the House, a short stroll through the grounds leads to the Canadian Hall, which was built in 1890 and inspired by Lord and Lady Aberdeen’s first trip to Canada. The Hall is an ideal setting for parties, dinners, receptions and business gatherings.

The extensive grounds provide a stunning backdrop for photographs, and are a splendid setting for marquees and outdoor activities. The estate provides a wide variety of intimate, yet impressive settings for various events – from ceilidhs to concerts, and from marriage ceremonies to Murder Mystery weekends.