Kirkhill Mansion is a Grade B listed, 18th Century Italianate mansion, it was extended in 1828 to its existing size and features bags of character and many period features throughout the building. The Mansion was originally a family home, but became Kirkhill Hotel in the 1970's. The current owners David and Elaine Mackman bought the property in 2004/5 and it is currently being run as a boutique accommodation and events venue.
The Mansion is truly a country retreat. With over 3000 established trees in the estate, the North Esk River running around half of the boundry, you are almost guaranteed seasonal sightings of deer, bats, trout, rabbits, water voles, wood peckers and numerous song birds.
See the Kirkhill Mansion website for directions and more about the history of the building.