About House of Elrick
Nestled in the lowlands of Aberdeenshire, the House of Elrick estate is a home rich in history. Built at the height of the Scottish Enlightenment period in 1720, this home hosted lively discussions from some of the most respected creative, philosophical and scientific minds of the time. The House of Elrick was the home of an entrepreneurial family of cattle farmers and millers, and has passed hands only 5 times in almost 300 years. The house was once visited by Bonnie Prince Charlie who gifted the Jacobite rose to the estate. It can now be found growing in the beautiful walled garden at the heart of the grounds. Today the family work to restore the walls and create a House of Elrick Gin experience.