Hill of Tarvit

Downton Abbey fans need look no further to find this wonderful example of Edwardian stately living. Remodelled by the renowned Scottish architectSir Robert Lorimer in 1906, it is fascinating for preserving the record of life both upstairs and downstairs. There is plenty to do from getting stuck into period parlour games to admiring the beautiful Chinese porcelain and Raeburn paintings. Explore the gardens and wood, open heath and parkland which surrounds the house. Try out the game of pitch and putt or croquet on the terrace then relax with lunch or scrumptious home-made cakes and scones in the tearoom. Hill of Tarvit is cared for the the National Trust of Scotland