With well over two thousand castles scattered about the Scottish landscape, there are bound to be a few that stand out from the crowd, so to speak. Whilst staying at your castle hotels, why not visit some of the other local castle attractions?
Encompassing everything from the Firth of Forth to the Lammermuir Hills, this area of Scotland is small, but densely packed with some amazing sights!
Whenever anyone says they're heading to Edinburgh, I point them to Carberry Tower, a stunning Grade A listed castle hotel with a history dating back to the early 16th century. Tastefully furnished, in keeping with traditional classical styles, it has a bright and spacious feel to create an atmosphere and aesthetics that truly are fit for royalty.
Whilst near Edinburgh, why not visit Blackness Castle, a 15th century fortress that served as a prison, a port, a home to royalty and everything between! Built and owned by one of the most politically influential families in Scotland, the Crichtons, it was never destined for an uninteresting history!
An historic region of Scotland that is a 'must visit' if you get a chance. Dunrobin Castle is the largest house in the north of Scotland and a sight to behold! With the original parts of the building, dating back to the early 1300s, it's safe to say that this castle has seen its fair share of faces pass through it.
Just 1 hour's drive from Tulloch Castle, why not stay here to break up your drive north?This Scottish castle hotel dates back to the 12th century, when first the Bains and later Clan Davidson laid claim to its lands. The castle is located at an imposing position, with Highland views on the edge of the bustling market town of Dingwall, and just 15 miles north of Inverness.tu