The Highlands, Scotland, a region renowned for its stunning landscape and abundance of distilleries, attracts visitors from the world over.

Inverlochy Castle

Sitting at the foot of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain, Inverlochy Castle upholds its reputation as one of the world’s finest hotels.  There aren't many restaurants in The Highlands that can compete with Inverlochy; the on-site restaurant has been awarded AA 3 Red Rosettes and 1 Michelin Star and takes great pride in creating dishes using local produce.

Tulloch Castle

Tulloch Castle, 15 miles north of Inverness, is a Scottish castle hotel with a history dating back to the 12th century. Choose from one of 19 bedrooms, ranging from traditional double rooms to suites with stunning four-poster beds and balconies; there is something here for everyone!

Dalmunzie Castle

Dalmunzie Castle is located right in the centre of The Highlands in beautiful Perthshire.  Set in a 6500-acre estate, as residents of Dalmunzie Castle, you have access to the castle's amazing golf-course during your stay. With numerous hiking trails, fishing and even mountain bikes to hire, there is always plenty to keep you busy so that you can make the most out of this Highland experience.

Mingary Castle

Mingary is a 13th-century Scottish castle that was reopened in early 2016 following a 3-year restoration that saved the ruins from collapsing into the sea. Venture out into the Ardnamurchan peninsula, an area praised for its unspoilt landscape, before retiring to a stunning four-poster bedroom at Mingary.

Castles available to book through Celtic Castles