There is a considerable amount of public access on the estate.
There are numerous walks on the estate. A favourite for those living in Kincardine O’Neil is a walk down by the river Dee and through the Boat Wood.
Kincardine Estate has had an association with Mar Orienteering Club lasting for more than quarter of a century. Several events are held annually in the estate’s Sluie Woods and the estate has been host to competitions including National and World Championships.
Kincardine Estate works with Buchan Off-Roaders who use our Sluie Woods for their fun and games which includes a form of cross-country navigation not wholly dissimilar to orienteering but with the punch cards attached to wing-mirrors which means that you have to get the vehicle within a very short distance of the control points.
Kincardine Estate works with Bon-Accord Motorcycle Club who use our Sluie Woods for Trial Riding.
You may note that Sluie Wood are used as a location for all three of these organised groups – naturally we coordinate so that the diaries don’t clash. The woods are also used for Deer Stalking and, of course, for timber production.
During the year there are a number of public Open Events held at or in the grounds of the castle – see our Events Page.
Would you like to learn more about Kincardine Castle & Estate? Please get in touch with our friendly team for more information.
Some kind words from our previous guests…
“Sincere thanks for all your hospitality, and for those thoughtful touches; a quilt for a sleepy six-year-old; a little chat with someone sitting alone; deep local knowledge that helps tease out a memory from another.”