Renting a castle in Scotland will allow you to indulge in a holiday of a lifetime. If you are looking for luxury and modern convenience on a large or small scale then a Scottish castle, steeped in history and tradition is the ultimate destination.
There is a great choice of properties, each with a long history and that special atmosphere which can only be found in a real Scottish castle. If you are looking for a family or group holiday, a weekend break, a wedding location or honeymoon accommodation then to rent a Scottish castle would be ideal.
Each Scottish castle offers a very special holiday experience. Many of the properties are situated in stunning locations with breath taking views and magnificent grounds. There are always opportunities to enjoy the surrounding countryside and many of the castles are set in extensive private grounds with a variety of amenities on hand.
Staying in a Scottish castle gives you the chance to experience tradition but with modern luxuries built in to the original period grandeur. Roaring log fires, four poster beds and fine antiques all add to the romantic and exclusive feel of a Scottish castle. Many are able to cater for large groups but there are also some smaller castles which incorporate all the features of staying in a unique and historic property. There are castles in Scotland to rent in Perthshire, the Borders, Argyll, the Trossachs and the Highlands - in fact all areas have either whole castles to rent or wings or castles to hire for a wonderful holiday.
Whether you are looking for exquisite reception rooms, sumptuous bedrooms, impressive meeting and banqueting rooms, or a romantic hideaway set in truly beautiful surroundings then renting a Scottish castle is the ultimate in experience and luxury.
Some of the most famous castles in Scotland of course are not available to hire but are well worth visiting if you come here on holiday - there is always a castle nearby - whether a ruin or a National Trust property! Eilean Donan is probably Scotland 's most photographed castle and its location is stunning so it is easy to see why. Edinburgh and Stirling castle - both under the care of Historic Scotland - are fascinating historical palaces and offer lots to see for a visitor.