Accommodation

Crossbasket boasts nine breathtaking en-suite bedrooms, each decorated in a period style and named in honour of an historical custodian of this magnificent castle. Every bedroom is finished with a stunning period window and bed dressings and complemented with original antique furniture and luxuriously over-sized beds.

Each en-suite bathroom is individually crafted to provide an intimate area with soft lighting. The rooms are fully equipped with audio and video equipment for your enjoyment.

  • The Lindsay Suite

    One of the most stunning suites available at the castle and certainly one of the best luxury suites in Scotland, Lindsay Tower is the honeymoon suite. Named after Alexander Lindsay (1st and 2nd Laird of Crossbasket), who owned Crossbasket Castle from 1484 to 1530.

    Spread across four-storeys and offering the ultimate in space, luxury and privacy, this 16th century tower renovated to delight and impress is a destination in itself. A magnificent bathroom, taking up an entire floor, features a roll-top bath and a very spacious walk-in shower, as well as exquisite luxury amenities. The tower showcases many of the building's original features and it was designed for romance, boasting a gorgeous four-poster bed, ample sitting areas, exquisite curtains, fabrics and furnishings.

  • The Downie Suite

    Relax in the luxury and comfort of the delightful Downie Suite, named after Alexander Downie, a Glasgow businessman who owned Crossbasket Castle from 1835 to 1848. This beautiful double room features a separate lounge with large comfortable couches for your enjoyment and entertainment.

    Large bay windows offer lovely views of the Crossbasket Estate, while rich fabrics, heavy curtains, deep carpets and antique furniture create an atmosphere of tranquillity, refinement and relaxation. The bathroom features elegant flower-themed wallpaper, walk-in shower, high quality fittings, and exquisite luxury amenities.

  • The Clark Suite

    Enjoy the luxury of space in the Clark Suite, named after Robert Clark, a farmer and landowner who owned Crossbasket Castle from 1852 to 1855. A truly gorgeous and sumptuous room, this magnificent junior suite overlooks Crossbasket Castle's beautiful gardens and boasts large sitting areas, as well as a very spacious bathroom.

    Featuring a generous walk-in shower and an elegant roll-top bath, this room was carefully designed for indulgence. Enjoy the beauty of classical, bespoke furniture, rich fabrics and luxurious furnishings while drinking a few glasses of Champagne in your room.

  • The Peter Suite

    Relax in the Peter Suite, named after the Peter family who owned Crossbasket Castle from 1709 to1818. This delightful superior double room with extra single beds can accommodate four people; it features sensual dark colours, rich fabrics, heavy curtains, deep carpets, classic art and the cosiest of atmospheres.

    With both a walk-in shower and a gorgeous roll-top bath, the bathroom's size and style add to the luxurious experience guests enjoy at Crossbasket Castle.

  • The Mackintosh Suite

    With both a walk-in shower and a gorgeous roll-top bath, the bathroom's size and style add to the luxurious experience guests enjoy at Crossbasket Castle.

    This gorgeous superior double room was carefully designed to relax and entertain, with flat screen TV, complimentary WI-FI, exceedingly comfortable bed, rich fabrics, deep carpets and soft furnishings for the most discerning guests.

  • The Findlay Suite

    Enjoy beautiful views of Crossbasket Castle's gardens and the ultimate in comfort and luxury in the Findlay Suite. Named after Thomas Dunlop Finlay, a merchant from East India, this beautiful superior double room is elegantly appointed with rich fabrics, heavy curtains, deep carpets and lovely soft furnishings, creating an atmosphere of elegance and serenity. The bathroom features a spacious walk-in shower, high quality fittings, and exquisite luxury amenities.

  • The Cabbell Suite

    Enjoy the comfortable and homely atmosphere of the Cabbell Suite. The room was named after John Cabbell, a Glasgow insurance agent who owned Crossbasket Castle from 1848 to 1852; he was responsible building the lodge at the entrance of the estate.

    This beautiful small double room (or twin room) features large bay windows offering lovely views of the Crossbasket Estate. Rich fabrics, heavy curtains and bespoke wooden furniture create an atmosphere of luxury and relaxation. The bathroom features elegant flower-themed wallpaper, walk-in shower, high quality fittings, and exquisite luxury amenities.

  • The Neilson Suite

    Relax in the opulence of the beautiful Neilson Suite, named after George Neilson, an ironmaster who owned Crossbasket Castle from 1891 to 1910. He also owned Sumerlee Iron Foundry (now Heritage Park). This delightful small double room is elegantly appointed with rich fabrics, deep carpets and soft furnishings.

    Gold and cream colours create an atmosphere of luxury and refinement; the room was carefully designed with comfort and indulgence in mind. The bathroom features a walk-in shower, high quality fittings and exquisite luxury amenities.

  • The Hamilton Suite

    Gorgeous light blue and cream wallpapers and furnishings make the Hamilton Suite one of the most popular rooms in Crossbasket Castle. Named after the 1st and 2nd Lord Hamilton, who owned Crossbasket Castle from 1440 to 1484, the room offers lovely views of the river that crosses Crossbasket Estate. The Hamilton Suite's beautiful bathroom features a walk-in shower, high quality fittings and exquisite classic design.