This park is for all to enjoy young and old , you will have a lovely walk right round the park , can take an hour to an hour and a half or more , it's so big ! See and feed the ducks , take in the view of the big lake with the swans and all the wildlife... 更多
Nice for a walk, but would be happy to take a tour.We have visited Haddo House in spring, at that season wellies or walking shoes would be useful. We were with our little child in a pram and walking paths were suitable for it.
Haddo House is an amazing place with lost of lovely walks through miles of countryside. I love going here on a weekend for long walks and to see the ducks and geese.
This is a popular place with families, couples & dog walkers. Lovely grounds with play equipment for kids & lots of space for all. The person who bakes for the cafe is a genius. The 'home bakes' are delicious. Yum! The toilets are recently upgraded & are 4 star. Recommend you also take a tour of the house itself. We've... 更多
This is a wonderful park for all ages and we visited several times over the school summer holidays. A wonderful opportunity for children to enjoy scenic walks. There are two play park areas and plenty of picnic tables if the weather is fine enough to enjoy a picnic. The public toilets near the NTS shop and café have finally been... 更多
Haddo Country Park has over 5 miles of paths through woodlands, meadows and around the lake. Don’t forget to pick up a free map from the National Trust shop in the courtyard which will help you plan your route. The walk down the Scots Mile to the giant urn and deer statues is very pleasant as is the path round... 更多
We are NTS members and visit regularly, although we've never actually made it into the house! The grounds are beautiful and a lovely, gentle walk takes you from the visitor centre which has seen a fantastic upgrade to the toilet block, to the sensory wildlife garden, past the pheasantry (where there are also newly refurbished toilets) past the fabulous new... 更多