This castle is in a prime position on a peninsula at the edge of Loch Long which leads out to sea, and has great views across the water, with hills and mountains providing a beautiful backdrop. It is a listed building and was designed in the mid 19th century by a world renowned architect known for his love of classical Greek architecture, a style which he merged into his numerous characteristic Victorian Glaswegian buildings. The castle and one other property in the area are unique examples of their creator's foray into Scots baronial style.
Accommodation Summary : The main castle sleeps sixteen adults and four children, and the castle apartment sleeps a further six adults and one child. The main part of the house can be taken on its own or together with the apartment if both are let the total accommodation extends to twenty two adults and five children. The castle itself has six reception rooms, including a drawing room, dining room, library, morning room, informal sitting room and an 800 sq ft ballroom, an exceptional feature.
The castles private grounds extend to 4 acres including rolling lawns, parkland and pretty woodlands which are home to roe dear.