Castle Lachlan is a beautiful Scottish Baronial house, sleeping up to 15 guests in an estate of 1500 acres, overlooking Loch Fyne.
In a secluded setting around 1.5 hour's drive from Glasgow Airport, Castle Lachlan is a great holiday location, both for families and groups of friends.
On walking through the main door, guests are greeted by the wood-panelled grand hallway, decorated with clan history, nautical antiquities, stag heads and a beautiful old grandfather clock. From here, most of the public rooms can be accessed, and a staircase leads up to the first floor.
Castle Lachlan has 7 guest bedrooms:
The Master Bedroom (sleeping up to 2 adults)
The Rose Double (sleeping up to 2 adults)
The Green Double (sleeping up to 2 adults)
The Blue Double (sleeping up to 2 adults)
The Red Twin (sleeping up to 2 adults)
The Attic Twin (sleeping up to 2 adults)
The Tower Single (sleeping up to 1 adult)
Two additional beds can be added to two of the above rooms to accommodate a total of 15 people.
All of the bedrooms at Castle Lachlan are comfortably furnished and full of character, with many period pieces, family portraits and other trinkets throughout.
The grand dining room is furnished with antiques and, at the centre, is a dining table to seat 14, with full services of china, cutlery, glassware and silver.
Next to the dining room is the billiard room, which features a full-sized table, and offers an enjoyable place to retire after a meal.
There is a traditional farmhouse style kitchen equipped with a 4-oven Aga, dishwasher, microwave, food processor and an additional gas cooker. Adjoining the kitchen is a large cool larder with a fridge freezer. A separate laundry has a washing machine, drier and an ironing board.
For more informal dining, the kitchen has a large dining table seating up to 12 people.
The team at Castle Lachlan can arrange catering for a night, or even your whole stay, should you wish to relax and let someone else prepare your food.
Clan Maclachlan has called this area of Argyll 'home' since the 13th century. The original castle was replaced in the 15th century with the old Castle Lachlan, which now stands in ruins.
The new Castle Lachlan, which lies about a ten-minute walk away from the ruinous old Castle Lachlan, is the current seat of Clan Maclachlan. It was first built in 1790, with the construction overseen by Donald Maclachlan. The new house was first built in the Queen Anne style, then later, at the end of the 19th century, the "castle" was transformed into the Scottish Baronial house that stands today.
Nestled away in the Lachlan estate is this recently renovated 4-bedroom self-catering holiday cottage, which sleeps up to 8 people, and can be booked together with the castle, or on its own.
The farmhouse-style kitchen is well equipped and enables guests to cook for groups with ease. The large living room has a dining area with ample space for groups of 8, and is separated from the open-plan kitchen by a breakfast bar.
With panoramic views over Loch Fyne, the cottage is in the perfect location for groups who love all things outdoors.
Located in Argyll, Castle Lachlan is a great base from which to explore both Highland and Lowland Scotland. Hiking, fishing, golf, deer stalking and sailing are just a small selection of the vast array of activities available in the surrounding area - plenty to keep your family busy!
|Castle Lachlan||7 nights||3 nights|
|Jan - Feb||£2,300||£1,850|
|May - Jun||£2,650||£1,975|
|Jul - Aug||£2,950||Enquire|
|Nov - Dec||£2,300||£1,850|
|Christmas & New Year||Enquire||--|
The rates detailed above are based on 13 occupants sharing Castle Lachlan for the indicated number of nights on a self-catering basis and apply to 2020 dates.
|Drimdarroch Cottage||7 nights||3 nights|
|Jan - Feb||£575||£475|
|Apr - Jun||£750||£550|
|Jul - Aug||£925||Enquire|
|Sep - Oct||£750||£550|
|Nov - Dec||£575||£475|
|Christmas & New Year||Enquire||--|
The rates detailed above are based on 8 occupants sharing Drimdarroch Cottage for the indicated number of nights on a self-catering basis and apply to 2020 dates.
This area of the West Highlands is one of great beauty and splendour, enjoying the attractions of both the sea and hills. There are many great golf courses within a comfortable drive, plus there are many visitor attractions in the local area.