The south facing lawns to the front of the house run down to the banks of the River Urie and a private island, reached by foot bridge. To the west of the house are ancient woodlands and Pictish standing stones, dating back some three thousand years. All year round a keen eye can spot deer, otters, birds of prey, red squirrels, rabbits and many other wild and farmed animals.
The accommodation comprises fifteen bedrooms in total, with eight bedrooms in the main house, five bedrooms in the guest wing and two self-contained flats. Whilst the whole of Logie Country House is one establishment, the guest wing and main house are joined by the tower on two floors, allowing guests or family to be separated if required.
Take a tour of Logie Country House
Look around Logie in all its splendour from the convenience of your home (or phone!). Click the following picture to use the same 3D interactive functions as Google Maps. The tour works on mobiles, tablets and laptops.
If you’re a tech wizard with all the latest toys, you’ll be able to use Google Cardboard with your smartphone to view it in 3D!
Thanks to the complete renovation, the beautifully equipped Castle is always warm and cozy with several open fires and state of the art underfloor heating. All the bedding is duck down with luxurious Egyptian Cotton sheets, towels and bathrobes for your comfort. There are flat screen TVs, Xbox consoles, Sky+ HD boxes with the full channels and movies packages.