Almost Too Many Reasons to Stay at Forter Castle...

Forter Castle was originally built in 1560 by the Ogilvys of Airlie as a fortified house, and was destroyed in 1640 by the Duke of Argyll. The castle has been completely restored using traditional materials. Katharine Pooley, designer, has transformed the interior of the castle into one of luxury and comfort. 

There are many adventures to be had during your stay at the castle and we have suggested a few options for you below...

Enjoy the local trails from horseback. Lessons are also available. If has been a while since last you rode, you can even book a ''pre-ride'' massage in advance at the Health Spa.

Scotland is definitely the ‘mecca’ for golf enthusiasts. Choose from any one of the famous greens locally.

Nae Limits - throughout Greater Perthshire. Not for the faint of heart, Nae Limits provides kayaking, white-water river trips, canyonning, cliff-jumping, and abseiling/climbing. 

Glenmarkie Health Spa & Beauty Care - Glenisla. Why not treat yourself? From massage, to holistic treatments, to nails, this spa can help you unwind after some active sight-seeing, and prepare you for your night out...or in!

Aberfeldy Distillery – home of ‘Dewar’s’ and ‘Aberfeldy’. A warm welcome awaits with multi-lingual tours combined with a history steeped in tradition. 

Scotland's Highland Games are renowned the world over as a unique event, combining skills, culture, music and real Scottish hospitality. While the games still contain a very competitive element, the spectacle of Highland dancing and pipe bands combined with the tradition and excitement of the occasion make the games a real highlight for any visitor lucky enough to be in Scotland at the right time.

Scone Palace was awarded the Sandford Education Award in 2001 in recognition of its efforts in the interpretation of local and national heritage for children. Certainly a must-see for the whole family. 

The Crieff Visitor Centre - under one roof you can view and experience the making of traditional whisky flagons, tableware and collectable glass paperweights. 

Enhance your castle experience and enjoy a home-cooked meal by chef John Ramsey. 

With so many things to see and do, I am sure you will be wanting to return to the castle to enjoy the experience time and time again!

Self-catering prices for a maximum of 12 guests start at £4250 for a 7 night stay.

Castles available to book through Celtic Castles