If you're planning on heading to Scotland with the family this Summer, then why not take a look at Celtic Castles' self-catering accommodation?
With self-catering castle options dotted all over Scotland, from Fort William to the very tip of Banff, there's almost certainly going to be something to suit your needs!
This exceptional sixteenth century Scottish castle has been lovingly renovated to accommodate up to ten overnight guests on a self-catering basis in authentic, relaxing and comfortable surroundings. Aikwood Tower, the former home of Lord Steele, is located just 40 miles south of Edinburgh. It is in the heart of the beautiful Ettrick Forest - the ancient hunting ground of Scottish royalty up to the days of Mary Queen of Scots. The stunning local landscape around Aikwood Tower offers some of the finest shooting and fishing in Scotland, among many other leisure activities.
Surrounded by stunning scenery in Glenisla, Forter Castle was built in 1560 and enjoys a history as rich as the countryside in which it sits. Now open as self-catering accommodation for up to 12 - 16 guests, all who come to stay at Forter quickly learn to use the castle as their own, and greatly enjoy the warmth of a charming home and the magnificent outdoors that surround it.
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 and is now offered as self-catering accommodation for groups of up to 14 guests. The castle is idyllically located with views over the quiet village of West Kilbride towards the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Arran.