This summer, stay in a unique self-catering castle.
Get together with family and friends and rent your very own castle. Offered on a self -catering basis, you can settle in to your very own 'castle home' for the week.
Self-catering gives you the flexibility to plan your days as you please, eat, sleep and explore at your leisure. The castle will have a fully-equipped kitchen for you to cook up a treat. If cooking isn't your thing, local caterers can be arranged; alternatively there are usually some great local pubs and restaurants to visit.
We have a wide range of self-catering options on offer. We've selected a few castles below which offer a wonderful experience for a summer holiday with a difference...
Lochhouse Tower is a self-catering property in the heart of southern Scotland. Enjoy a stay in the tower, surrounded by nature reserves and open country-side. A short walk takes you to the delightful tourist town of Moffat.
With spiral staircases and its very own hot tub, this property makes for a great self-catering holiday. Seven nights in July 2016 costs from £1440 for up to 6 guests.
Castle Law lies at the foot of Law Hill in West Kilbride, less than an hour from Glasgow. This restored 15th century tower makes a great base from which to explore Scotland.
With a turnpike staircase, brick walls and four poster beds, this castle offers a true castle experience.
Sleeping up to 14 guests in 7 bedrooms, a week in July is priced at £3750, which works out at just £38 per person per night.
Brackenhill Tower, located in Cumbria, is set in what was once “the debatable lands”. Located right on the border, a stay here gives the opportunity to visit England and Scotland at one and the same time!
Depending on the size of your group, you can opt to take the tower, sleeping up to 10 guests, or combine it with the Jacobean Cottage to sleep a total of 16 guests.
Meals times will be a delight as you gather with family and friends in the magnificent feature dining room.
A week in July starts from £2250 for up to 10 guests.