Scottish Castle Rooms

Exquisite rooms all furnished with beautiful antiques to reflect their own personality

In our Scottish castle accommodation, all six unique guest rooms feature rich and luxurious fabrics to create an elegant, traditional look and a relaxing, romantic ambience. No two rooms are identical in shape, size or aspect, but all have ensuite facilities. The views from all our rooms are of breathtaking landscapes, restricted only by the size of the castle windows.

Breadalbane, Caithness and Lochnell bedrooms are suitable for an extra child bed (aged 14-25 years).
Child policy: Children must be over the age of 14 years unless the castle is exclusively booked.
Single occupancy £30 discount per night
Returning guests booking for 2 + nights will receive a 10% discount

 

The Airds Room

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The Airds Room

The Airds Room can be set as a twin or as a super king-size double. It has an ensuite toilet and walk-in shower, and being on the top floor of a castle, the Airds Room also incorporates a turreted dressing area. The bedroom window has a view across the gardens to the west and the mountains in the distance, and the turret windows give views to the southwest gate and Loch Dubh.

  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Mirror Smart TV
  • Luxury hospitality tray
  • Bathrobe slippers and hairdryer
  • Luxury toiletries
  • FREE Wifi

The Argyll Room

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The Argyll Room

The Argyll Room has a double aspect with views across the castle garden to the southwest gate, Lochan Dubh and the ancient Scots pines beyond. The room has ornate French antique furniture and has an ensuite toilet and shower room.

  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Mirror Smart TV
  • Luxury hospitality tray
  • Bathrobe slippers and hairdryer
  • Luxury toiletries
  • FREE Wifi

The Barcaldine Room

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The Barcaldine Room

The Barcaldine Room is a large comfortable room with antique oak furniture and a four-poster bed. The window faces across the castle garden to the southwest gate, Lochan Dubh and the ancient scots pines beyond. From this window, on a clear evening, you can enjoy the superb colours of the sunset. The bathroom benefits from a roll-top bath and shower and a secret stairway to the hall below.

  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Mirror Smart TV
  • Luxury hospitality tray
  • Bathrobe slippers and hairdryer
  • Luxury toiletries
  • FREE Wifi

The Breadalbane Room

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The Breadalbane Room

The Breadalbane Room is the largest of our castle rooms, featuring a super-king-size four-poster bed, commissioned by Andrew Carnegie for Skibo Castle in 1898. The oak flooring compliments the dark oak furniture of the period. The room also offers a stunning view, looking out over Loch Creran to the Appin Hills and, in the distance, Glencoe. In its ensuite bathroom, the room offers plenty of space, with a roll-top bath and walk-in shower.

  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Mirror Smart TV
  • Luxury hospitality tray
  • Bathrobe slippers and hairdryer
  • Luxury toiletries
  • FREE Wifi

The Caithness Room

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The Caithness Room

The Caithness Room, at the top of the castle, arguably boasts one of the best views to the northeast over Loch Creran and towards Glencoe. The Northwest corner of the room has one of the castle’s three turrets, now a small dressing area. The French antique furniture in this room is complimented by the use of designer fabrics dressing the king-size bed. The en-suite bathroom has two sinks, a roll-top bath and shower.

Extra Bed for room available: £80 per night (subject to availability, please contact us to arrange)

  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Freeview TV
  • Luxury hospitality tray
  • Bathrobe slippers and hairdryer
  • Luxury toiletries
  • FREE Wifi

The Lochnell Room

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The Lochnell Room

Lochnell is a spacious room with exposed stonework and a Portland Stone Fireplace, giving a focal point to the room. The 17th century Jacobean four-poster double bed is complimented by other period furniture. This room shares the Caithness Room’s view to the north across Loch Creran, as well as a stunning view from the southeast castle turret, inside which is a carved writing desk and a mirror. The ensuite bathroom has two sinks, a roll-top bath and shower.

Extra Bed for room available: £80 per night (subject to availability, please contact us to arrange)

  • Tea & coffee facilities
  • Mirror Smart TV
  • Luxury hospitality tray
  • Bathrobe slippers and hairdryer
  • Luxury toiletries
  • FREE Wifi






Set in a picturesque location, Barcaldine Castle is on the banks of Loch Creran. There’s so much to do!

Don’t take our word for it, see what other people have said about their stay

Aleksandra Lebedeva
Aleksandra Lebedeva
December 27, 2023.
This is an amazing place to stay for a big group! Normally the castle operates as a hotel, but we got it for an exclusive use for 6 couples during Christmas. Each couple got a separate bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, each offering its unique vibe. There is a large main hall with a long table for your celebration(s) that has a huge fireplace for cozy evenings. Adjacent is a small lounge with a small bar area where you can helpf yourself with a cocktail. The interriors are well maintained and you get immersed into the vibe of a couple of centuries ago. It was also decorated for Chirstmas (incl. a Christmas Tree) which was a nice addition. Before arriving we had expected stone cold castle inside and were prepared with thick sweaters and socks but the rooms were surprisingly warm. The castle is located in a walking distance from a loch surrouneded by farms with cows, chickens and turkeys. It is also a good base for exploring Scotland with an aprox. 1-hour drive to Glencoe or Glenfinnan. The kitchen was professionally equipped (because it is a hotel) and had all the cookware you may ever need for your cooking as well as enough tableware and cutlery for your large squad. Only thing to be aware of is that the kitchen is one floor below the main hall so you will need to do some leg excersice bringing plates up and down.
Manilyn Ritchie
Manilyn Ritchie
November 12, 2023.
An amazing stay where history meets luxury, we stayed at argyll Room, the pillows, and the mattress is very comfortable and had a sound sleep, we also have a nice touch with our disposable sleepers and a bathrobes..complete set of coffee maker. The breakfast is very nice, stayed in the living room with the log fire ? roaring the night before while enjoying our drink.. the staff are very kind and friendly, the room was clean.. so yeah, I would definitely come back and highly recommend the place..
B Ritchie
B Ritchie
November 7, 2023.
What a lovely stay booked this last minute. It's a luxury stay that combines history, we spent 1 night and couldn't fault it. The room is cosy and comfortable with a luxury touch on it.. maybe a magic mirror ? the lounge room/ dinning room is what we loved on our nights stay, we sat on the sofa at the log fire with our drinks in hand . The host and staff are amazing and made sure our stay that we were well looked after . Definitely would recommend and come back again, thanks for our wonderful stay.
Ilja Gellart
Ilja Gellart
October 31, 2023.
Very relaxing place.
S Walmsley
S Walmsley
October 27, 2023.
Wonderful welcome on arrival. The castle is small but stunning. Stayed in the Caithness room. Very characterful - loved the turret room. Beautiful views. Enjoyed sitting by the open fire in the evening, and chatting to another couple of guests. Breakfast was enjoyable. Didn't see, or hear any spooks, but I'm sure they're about. Thoroughly recommend a night or two here. Take a bottle of wine, a book, and walking shoes.
Cole Young
Cole Young
October 9, 2023.
This place is amazing. Hard to put into words.
Steven Hatten
Steven Hatten
October 4, 2023.
The staff at the Castle was amazing. They did a fantastic job making us all feel at home while we were there including going above and beyond in several instances. The castle was beautiful and the views were unbelievable. Highly recommend for anyone looking to get away from it all but still treated like family.
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