Here are two more Scottish castle hotels worth checking out!
Found in Ayrshire, this castle is great for both corporate events and wedding ceremonies. It originally belonged to the Kennedys, descendants of Robert the Bruce. It was during David Kennedy’s – the 10th Earl of Cassillis’s – time, however, that a castle was built and designed to showcase the family’s wealth and legacy.
Guest comments on Culzean Castle:
“Our stay at the castle was beyond anything we could have hoped for! The staff so accommodating we couldn’t have had a more magical time! I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone.”
– Chrissy Bradburn
“Excellent, inspiring location. Wonderful amazing castle and grounds. We were looked after incredibly well for our 16th wedding anniversary. The surprise at finding that we were the only people staying for the night was delightful! Wonderful food, hospitality second to none.”
– Joyce Hunt
All images are from the castle hotel’s website. For more information, click the castle hotel’s name to get redirected to the website.
The Tower of Hallbar was once home to the Lockharts of Lee. Built during the late sixteenth century, it was a response to the 1535 Act of Parliament. A parapet was added to the structure during the Victorian era.
Comments on Tower of Hallbar:
“A wonderful, unusual house combining ancient grandeur with modern luxuries.”
– Ron and Mary Davis
All images are taken from the castle hotel’s website. For more information, click the name of the castle hotel.