An eye-catching gatehouse could be built on an Aberdeenshire estate - to ensure visitors are paying to get into the gardens.
Crathes Castle unveils line-up of Christmas treats for visitors – including outdoor Frozen screening
Crathes Castle is staging a series of events to mark the festive season.
Speed limits on a north-east road may be significantly reduced in an effort to improve safety at two junctions.
From grey and green ladies to corpses hidden in walls, you can follow a trail of hauntings and terrifying tales through the castles and grand houses of the Aberdeenshire and Moray.
Fairytale-like turrets, intricate designed gargoyles and Robert the Bruce's ancient Horn of Leys are just a few of the treasures within Crathes Castle.
Some of Scotland’s most beautiful, haunting and unusual trees will be celebrated in the coming months when the Scottish Tree Festival returns to Aberdeenshire.
Outstanding Crathes Castle half-marathon performance sees runner cross line with 73 seconds to spare
Jason Kelly was crowned King of Crathes Castle after an emphatic victory in the half marathon that headlined Saturday’s festival of running at the venue.
The final touches are being put to preparation's for this weekend's PIM Running Festival at Crathes Castle.
Hundreds donned their walking boots for a trek around the scenic Crathes Castle yesterday in aid of a major north-east charity.
Runners taking part in a half marathon at Crathes Castle are being encouraged to do their bit for the environment.
Cancer charity CLAN will hold their annual fundraising walk at Crathes Castle on Sunday.
The National Trust for Scotland will bring a touch of Hogwarts magic to Crathes Castle on Sunday.
Theatre lovers are being invited to watch everything from Shakespearean comedies to spooky musicals at National Trust properties in Aberdeenshire locations next week.
This week theatre-lovers got the chance to enjoy Carmen in lovely surroundings of Duthie Park.
A North Sea oil firm has been digging deep to help restore a footpath at a picturesque Deeside estate.
A popular Deeside running event will expand this year with the addition of a cross-country race around the area's scenic surroundings.
With their short legs and squat bodies, badgers are well known for digging and burrowing.
Tourist attractions across the north and north-east of Scotland celebrated a bumper year in 2018 with record numbers of visitors.
The BBC's Antiques Roadshow’s visited the picturesque grounds of Aberdeenshire's Crathes Castle last year.
A 19th-century water feature at Crathes Castle has been restored following a lengthy programme of conservation and repair work undertaken by the National Trust for Scotland.
It is now two weeks since anyone has seen missing Aberdeen teenager Liam Smith.
Extensive ground searches have continued for missing Aberdeen teen Liam Smith but police say they have ruled-out scores of reported sightings from concerned members of the public.
An Aberdeen University law graduate is investigating the possibility that members of his family fought on both sides in the Great War.
VisitScotland have launched a new ghost trail at Crathes Castle - just in time for Halloween.
It was the middle of the 17th century and the sounds of war thundered through the halls of one of Aberdeenshire’s strongholds.
VIDEO: Thousands flock to Crathes Castle to have their antiques and curios evaluated by Antiques Road Show experts
It is one of television’s most popular programmes.
Scotland’s finest tree collections have been celebrated at Crathes Castle in Banchory.
The National Trust has altered a controversial event at Aberdeen’s Crathes Castle due to pressure from mental health charities.
Dust off those heirlooms and dig out those car boot sale bargains, the Antiques Roadshow is heading for the north-east
Fiona Bruce and the team of Antique Roadshow experts are headed for Crathes Castle this summer, the BBC has revealed.
One schoolboy will have a lot to write about when he goes back to class next week after finding a rare Elizabethan coin during a day out to Castle Fraser.
Hundreds of people took part in a new charity event at the weekend in the grounds of a Deeside castle.
A new initiative has been launched to give tourists and locals a greater chance to experience the history and heritage of the north-east.