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Castle Escapes in Scotland

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Castle Escapes in Scotland Scotland is know for it’s moors, highlands, lochs and Scotch as well as some of the most romantic getaways in the British Isles. One of the best ways to experience historic Scotland is with a stay at one of the country’s luxurious castle hotels where guests can live like royalty. Here are some of our picks for truly unforgettable castle escapes in Scotland.

Dalhousie Castle Hotel & Spa – This 13th century fortress is situated in a wooded parkland on the beautiful bands of the the River Esk. The spa offers a range of indulgent and relaxing treatments and the library’s extensive collection of books pair nicely with a drink from the ‘secret bar’ next to the open fireplace, followed by dining in the ancient barrel-vaulted dungeon. Your unique experience awaits.

Dornoch Castle: Set in the picturesque, historic town of Dornoch opposite the 12th century Dornach Cathedral, this Castle hotel is perfect for weddings and other grand celebrations. Scottish hospitatliy is at it’s best at this family owned and run castle getaway. With 24 en suite bedrooms, each with its own special ambience, each guest can expect a unique and personalised experience every time. Golf enthusiasts will enjoy the Royal Dornach Championship Golf just minutes from the Castle. Dornach’s team of award-winning chefs use only local produce, wine from small, private vineyards as well as as the best there is in malt whiskies.

Aldourie Castle: The only habitable castle on the southern shore of the famous Loch Ness, close to the city of Inverness, the capital of the Scottish Highlands. The expansive castle and verdant grounds offer grandeur and comfort, beauty and tranquility…at a price. The 15-bedroom castle is available for private rentals. Nightly rentals start at £6,325. House party anyone?

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