This magnificent Scottish Baronial castle is a Grade B listed building designed by the world renowned architect Alexander 'Greek' Thomson in 1852. Recently renovated to its former glory, the castle has stunning views of Loch Long and the Argyll hils.
The Castle can sleep up to 24 people with up to 11 double bedrooms, most having four posters and 5 having ensuite facilities.
There are 5 reception rooms, including an 800 sq ft ballroom, suitable for entertaining and music events, a drawing room, a morning room, a dining room and an informal sitting room. On-site parking provides space for up to 20 cars and all amenities, shop, post office etc. are 5 minutes walk. Closer to hand, there is a beautiful shingle beach just 200 metres away and Cove Sailing Club is also a two minute walk.
All the rooms are individually decorated and furninshed giving each its own unique feel and character from grandeur to cosiness, from chic to homely. To make sure you have that true feeling of pampering and luxury at the end of a hard day we use the finest designer bed linens from Ralph Lauren, Yves Delorme, Christy and the White Company. Bathrooms are in traditional Scottish tongue and groove style but with contemporary touches of Jacuzzi baths, spa shower cabin and a slipper bath. Complementary exclusive soaps and shower products and soft fluffy bathrobes round off the luxury.
Four of the six receptions rooms have real open fires for wood or coal for cosy winter nights or just to give you a warm glow all year round. If you fancy a breath of fresh air, there are also extensive grounds with woodlands and parkland to stroll round and explore.
Interaction with guests
A part-time off-site housekeeper is available to meet and greet you, show you round the property and be on-call for any problems or issues that might arise.
Other things to note
Full self-catering amenities are available including free towels and linen, Sky satellite TV and complimentary coal and logs. We also provide guests with a complimentary Mark & Spencer luxury hamper including wine.
Despite its grandeur, this is still a private home and family residence, so we expect guests to respect the property, furnishings and fittings during their stay and to clean up after themselves and leave the property in the same condition they find it.