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Access to Haddo is from the minor road linking the B9005 Ellon - Methlick road and the B999 Tarves - Methlick road. Signposted from Ellon, Pitmedden, Tarves and Methlick.
FROM ABERDEEN (approx 30min) - at the B&Q/Blackdog roundabout take the left turn signposted to Tarves. Continue following signs for Tarves, then brown tourist signs for Haddo House
FROM ELLON (approx 10min) - from town centre follow signs for Methlick and the B9005. Once out of Ellon, cross the Ythan bridge then continue straight on, following brown tourist signs to Haddo House.
FROM INVERURIE (approx 20min) - take the B9170 via Oldmeldrum towards Methlick, turn right at Formartine's cafe, following the brown tourist signs for Haddo House.
Note - many satnav systems won't give correct driving directions to Haddo, and may try to send you down private roads. Please follow the directions above or the brown road signs to get to the main entrance. Do not use any road or track marked 'for estate vehicles only'.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT Public transport to the area is limited, and no buses come direct to Haddo. It is possible to catch a bus to Tarves or Methlick, both of which are approximately 3 miles (4.8km) away from Haddo. From Ellon: buses to/from Ellon are regular and from there several taxi companies will pick you up from either the Ellon Park and Ride or Market Street, Ellon.
In 2017 visitors will be able to use our new Tarves-Haddo Cycle Link. Simply catch a bus to Tarves then collect a bike (adults and childrens bikes available as well as child seats and towed trailers) from the Tarves Heritage Centre which will allow you to cycle in to Haddo.
CYCLE ROUTES National Cycle Route 1 runs beside the park. Access to Haddo is either along on the main entrance drive, or there is a traffic-free route through the park itself accessed via the Craigie Wood car park.