Aspenholm is an early 20th century former distillery house located in the picturesque village of Crathie within the Cairngorms National Park on Royal Deeside.
Situated at the edge of the Invercauld Estate the house is in an enviable position with wonderful views of the Cairngorms and Crathie Kirk to the north and a large south facing part walled garden which runs down to the banks of the River Dee.
There is footbridge access to Easter Balmoral over Crathie Suspension Bridge immediatly adjacent to the house. The bridge was built in 1834 by John Justice Jr. of Dundee providing the only bridge access to Balmoral Castle at the time, pre-dating the Brunel bridge commissioned later by Queen Victoria.
Aspenholm stands in a quiet secluded location in approximately one acre of grounds surrounded by beautiful views of the River Dee.
To the east there is a wooded area where you can enjoy a short stroll or picnic by the river. There is no shortage of wildlife in the area with roe deer and pheasant often spotted in the garden.