House & Family History: Kellie is an ancient (the oldest part is believed to date from 1360), and reputedly haunted, Scottish castle. The House is particularly noted for its Scottish furniture designed by Sir Robert Lorimer and its beautiful painted paneling and fine 1620s plasterwork ceilings (the first plaster ceilings in Scotland, the quality of which are in a league with those at the Palace of Holyroodhouse). There is also a permanent exhibition on the life and work of the Scottish sculptor Hew Lorimer.
Garden & Outbuildings: The grounds contain an organic walled garden, with fresh produce available to buy.
House Listed: Category A
Park Listed: Designated Garden & Designed Landscape
Current Ownership Type: The National Trust for Scotland
Primary Current Ownership Use: Visitor Attraction
House Open to Public: Yes
Historic Houses Member: No