☰ Menu



The castle sleeps twelve comfortably; there are five four-poster beds, one double room then the Garret, which is home to four single beds, perfect for the younger members of your party! Each room has its own character and atmosphere and the new addition of storage heaters means that your evenings will be both toasty and relaxing.

Forter Castle Floor Plan »


This is a light and airy room, fitted with an imposing four-poster bed. Windows on all sides give off to the surrounding scenic views, with grand antique furnishings, including a semainier; this room is fit for gentry.


This regal room, named after a queen, is a room of charm and beauty, woven with romantic coloring shades of lavender. There is a small bureau in the turret and stunning artwork and antiques befit the room's name.


Full of treasures, Julian's room includes an en-suite shower room and king size double bed. Its turret window offers a stunning view of the glen, and the pictures adorning the walls tell stories of adventure.


A treat awaits at the top of the castle. Samantha's room has a high ceiling, beautiful paintings and a stunning tapestry. The antique furnishings and romantic lighting gives this room the feeling of being the eyrie of the castle.


This self-contained glamorous bedroom sweeps across the entire breadth of the castle. Fitted with antique furnishings, this is completed with a sumptuous four-poster bed with elaborate draping. The room has its own free-standing shower and wash area. The writing desk is positioned in one of the turrets for those inspired and a library area with leather sofa for evenings with a good book and whisky.


Roberts Room is the newest addition to the castle; it can be found at the top of its own private staircase coming from the great hall. With the light from the windows on all sides, the stunning views and the newly upholstered antique four-poster in rich fabrics, this room has a wonderfully tranquil feel.

The Garret

A further 4 single beds are located at the top of the castle, suitable for children sharing. If this room is required, the castle's occupancy can be increased to 16 guests and a supplementary charge will apply.


The kitchen is a fully-working modern kitchen, giving every-day facilities, without losing its authentic charming design. Not only can this kitchen produce a simple two-some Highland breakfast, but can accommodate serving a full wedding party. The latest top-of-the range stove, dishwasher and other mod-cons make this a cook's dream.

The separate breakfast room adjoining the kitchen is fitted with full-size refectory table with seating for ten.


A magnificent hall which spans the entire width of the castle, furnished with traditional Scottish furniture, offering comfort and colour. An inlet log fireplace dominates one side of the Great Hall, whilst mahogany shelving displaying antique books borders the north side.

The dining area is offset, offering a unique dining experience of luxury and tradition, seating up to 16. One of the main features is the elaborate painted ceiling; this along with the various paintings and tapestries make a truly traditional Scottish hall, complemented with comfort, relaxing atmosphere and history. The Great Hall has under-floored heating.

Turrets, spiral stone staircases, stunning views and a magnificent Great Hall, which spans the width of the castle...these are just some of the things you can expect at Forter. The family history resonates from every corner of the castle. For an extra special treat, hire John Ramsay as your private chef to come in for a night or two; you won't be disappointed!

Julie Bilton, Celtic Castles Director