Castle Law has a colourful six hundred year history, when it was built as a wedding gift for Princess Mary upon her marriage to Thomas Boyd. The castle is idyllically located with views over the quiet village of West Kilbride towards the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Arran. Castle Law is available to rent for up to 14 guests as one of Scotland's most luxurious and exclusive holiday homes.
Indulge yourself with a festive break in this exceptional fifteenth century tower, which has been lovingly renovated to accommodate up to fourteen overnight guests in authentic, relaxing and comfortable surroundings.
Castle Law was constructed as a wedding gift for Princess Mary, the eldest daughter of James II of Scotland upon her marriage to Thomas Boyd, the Earl of Arran. Six hundred years later, it is available for rent as one of Scotland's most luxurious and exclusive holiday homes.
What is now the formal Great Hall of this comfortable but unusual home once served as a courtroom - and comes complete with a pit prison behind a flagstone trap door. There's also a 'murder hole' through which hot oil could have been poured over unwelcome visitors outside!
A seven night option arriving 20 December 2017 is offered at £5500 for self-catering (vacation-rental) accommodation.
A four night option arriving 23 December 2017 is offered at £3750 for self-catering (vacation-rental) accommodation.
Why not have a wonderful break away over the Christmas or New Year period with family and friends and enjoy the time of your lives in this beautiful historic property?!