The stunning 19th Century building has many notable architectural features such as a Great Hall, a spacious Drawing Room and an intimate Dining Room. There are 19 lavishly furnished bedrooms. The Fasque Estate and the Castle already form one of Scotland's leading venues for corporate events, private functions and weddings and the luxurious interiors can accommodate up to 150 people, even more with a marquee.
Sir John Gladstone, bought the Fasque mansion in 1829 and his son, William Gladstone, Queen Victoria's prime minister, was a frequent visitor throughout his life.
Visitors to Fasque Castle are spoilt for choice when it comes to activities. For golfers the championship golf links of St Andrews and Carnoustie are tantalisingly close and several local golf courses at Brechin, Letham Grange, Stonehaven and Montrose sport fine fairways, magnificent views and a good challenge for all types of players.
Country houses and castles abound in this part of Scotland. The fairy-tale Crathes Castle and Gardens, located near Banchory, are only 40 minutes' drive from Fasque Castle. Fettercairn Distillery, one of Scotland's oldest malt whisky distilleries lies only a few miles away and just over an hour's drive away is Royal Lochnagar Distillery located next to Balmoral Castle in Royal Deeside.
Douglas Dick-Reid said: "Restoring Fasque House and its extensive woodland grounds to their former glory was a hugely rewarding project and we are delighted with the popularity it has enjoyed as a venue since our opening in 2013.
We are aware of Fasque's potential to become one of Europe's top exclusive-use venues and we know that ICMI, which is responsible for the development and management of a number of Scotland's top privately owned luxury hotels and venues, is the right partner for us."