Crathes Castle and Gardens

Home to the Burnett family for 350 years, the 16th Century Crathes Castle with its magnificent gardens is one of the most beautiful and well-preserved in the whole of Scotland. It was certainly a highlight of our trip to Aberdeenshire:

Incidentally I believe that the spectacular flower in shots 2 and 3 above is the Himalayan Blue Poppy.

© Mark Simms Photography (2016)

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8 Responses to “Crathes Castle and Gardens”

  1. Laura (PA Pict)

    You’ve got a whole set of stunning photographs here, Mark. I know Crathes Castle well from my childhood so your images provoke lots of warm memories. I especially like the shot of the castle through the leaded window.

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    • Mark Simms

      Thanks Laura and glad it bought back nice memories. The shot through the window is one of my favourites from the whole trip 😊

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  2. mercedescatalan

    When I went to Crathes it was already closed…. So nice to see it in day light! You did a great work there! Love the photographs! 🙂

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