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Welcome to Dalmunzie Castle

Located in stunning Perthshire

Dalmunzie Castle is a stunning quintessential laird’s mansion, turreted in the Scots Baronial style and standing proudly at the head of a 6500-acre estate, dating back to 1510. Dalmunzie is nestled in the heart of Glenshee and is surrounded by breathtaking mountains, glens and little rivers all a few steps away from the front door. The hotel has a golf course attached for those with a need to hit a few balls. Despite its isolation, Dalmunzie is less than two hours away from Edinburgh Airport and can be reached down a long 2-mile driveway just off the A93. Peace and tranquillity are features of life at Dalmunzie, with fires and lounges contributing to a relaxing haven.

17 Unique Bedrooms

The 17 bedrooms and two-bedroom apartment suite (two bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms & living room) are all individual in style, decoration and theme and all enjoy an aspect of the stunning mountain scenery, golf course or surrounding lawns. All bedrooms are located throughout the castle in the original hunting lodge, oak tower, Victorian & Edwardian wings. Each bedroom is named after a family/clan, which has been an important part of Dalmunzie’s history over the last 500 years.

Spectacular 6500-Acre Estate

Set amidst stunning scenery, the castle was built for the private use of the Laird and his guests in the 1920's. Residents of Dalmunzie Castle have access to the golf course during their stay. In addition, there is a tennis court, numerous hiking trails, plus fishing and mountain bikes available for hire. The walking options are infinite, with the estate set amongst one of Scotland's largest wilderness areas, over six hundred square miles of mountain countryside.

"There really are no words for how amazing our time here was - the quality of the room and dining were almost perfect and the atmosphere the wonderful team created each day ensured our trip to Dalmunzie will firmly stand out in our minds as a new kind of special. Will definitely be back in a few years!"

Amy Tennant, London, England