Leith Hall

Located at Kennethmont, near Huntly in Aberdeenshire, Leith Hall has been home to the Leith-Hay family since 1650, before which it was the seat of the Leith family. The oldest part of the building dates from this time. Many additions to the original tower house have resulted in a building which is "chateau-like" in design. Displays within the castle include Jacobite memorabilia, tapestries and needlework, portraits and antique furniture. Since 1945 it has been in the ownership of the National Trust for Scotland, after being gifted by the Hon. Mrs Leith-Hay.

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