It’s hard to believe, but it’s been 4 whole years of making dreams come true since [this article] first made the papers back in 2013!
Originally featured making dreams come true in the Scotsman newspaper when Logie’s grand interior when was just completed, we could only have dreamed how it would flourish into one of Aberdeenshire’s best loved wedding venues. Since then, so many happy couples have tied the knot in the house, in the courtyard and in the ballroom, truly making the most of what the house has to offer.
Although still available as a luxury rental property, Logie’s specialist wedding facilities, staff and suppliers have proven themselves to be absolutely first class at making couples’ weddings truly unforgettable.
“A fire all but destroyed the house in 1974, and the property sat empty until the Erbe family bought it in 2007. “It was a shell apart from the old servants’ quarters, which is now the site of the guest house,” says Tim. Originally a fortified tower house built in the 1670s and sitting within 7492 acres, the house was extended in the 1700s. It was home to Lord and Lady Elphinstone – it was known as Logie Elphinstone House – and remained in the family until the 1900s. All of the bedrooms are named after the family or the positions that they held. Everything about the house is unique – it has all the charm but none of the drawbacks of a listed building,” says Tim.”……..To read the whole article, click on the link above.
Here’s to the last 4 years and many more to come!