Set beside the tranquil shores of Loch Creran, this historic 17th century tower house castle now offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation in six elegant rooms. Also known as the ‘Black Castle’, it was originally built by Sir Duncan Campbell between 1601 and 1609.
This Scottish baronial styled castle dates back to 1837, and offers the perfect place to sit back and relax amongst grand surroundings and beautiful grounds. Recently refurbished, the castle offers fine accommodation for the discerning traveller.
Kilmartin, Lochgilphead, Argyll and Bute, PA31 8RQ.
Guarding the entrance to Kilmartin Glen, one of Scotland’s richest prehistoric landscapes, the newly renovated Kilmartin Castle now offers luxury B&B accommodation in four unique en-suite bedrooms. Built in 1550 for John Carswell, Bishop of the Isles, Kilmartin Castle can also be yours to rule exclusively, comfortably sleeping up to ten.
Crossbasket Castle, High Blantyre, Glasgow, G72 9UE.
With parts dating back to the early 15th century, guests at this luxurious castle hotel will enjoy a truly historic experience. Set in beautifully landscaped gardens and parkland, it offers 9 palatial bedrooms, all just a short drive from Glasgow.
Just a short drive from the heart of Glasgow, this striking baronial building boasts 18 luxury bedrooms, restaurant and bar, all in the magnificent surroundings of Pollokshields. The hotel’s restaurant serves an a la carte menu for both lunch and dinner.
Standing in the heart of the beautiful Clyde Valley, mid-way between bustling Glasgow and cultural Edinburgh, Shieldhill Castle offers spacious rooms and suites. Each room has been lovingly refurbished in order to reflect the age and style of the 12th century building.
Cornhill Castle Hotel, nr. Biggar, Lanarkshire ML12 6QE
Once the family home of a wealthy East India merchant, this stately building sits majestically beside the River Clyde. Built in the French Renaissance style, following careful restoration it now offers guests peaceful and comfortable accommodation, along with a high standard of food and service.
Lovingly renovated, the 13th century Mingary Castle stands proudly atop its own rocky outcrop above the Sound of Mull. The former seat of the Clan MacIain, it now offers just four individual suites, each with well-appointed bathrooms and four poster beds. Enjoy fine dining in unique surroundings.
Glengorm Castle, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, PA75 6QE.
Dating from 1860, Glengorm Castle, aka Castle Sorn, was built in a Scots Baronial style for the highly controversial James Forsyth of Quinish. With stunning views over the Atlantic Ocean, it offers B&B accommodation in 7 comfortable rooms.