Dating back to the 13th Century, this castle sits in acres of woods and parkland overlooking the River Esk.
The Scottish welcome is a wonderful start to your stay. The 36 rooms boast beautiful fabrics, tartans, tweeds and twills. Surround yourself with period furniture, carpets and rugs. All rooms have en-suite facilities, telephone, TV and Radio, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, gorgeous fluffy bathrobes and comfy slippers.
If you fancy a treat, book into one of the 7 secluded rooms in the 100 year old Lodge. There is also a suite where you can hideaway in true luxury.
If you are looking for traditional Scottish Banquet, look no further. An ancient stone stairway guides you to the striking barrel vaulted dungeons – home of the Dungeon Restaurant and ‘Secret Bar’. Alternatively you can eat at The Orangery, where the menu is lighter offering Continental flavours alongside popular Scottish dishes