The Fortalice

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Sleeps: 12 - 16 Bedrooms: 7 Bathrooms: 3
Oliver Approved

Overview

Wedding Venue Chateaux & Castles Country Estate Quirky
Heritage Collection
Pets on Request
Ideal for Parties

Just wow! The magnificent Fortalice has to be the most impressive, most exclusive, most exquisite place to stay in the Cairngorms, a sumptuous bolthole for total relaxation. This ancient castle has been phenomenally brought back to life offering the most luxurious creature comforts whilst retaining complete authenticity. Lavish fabrics, the finest goatskin leathers, Ralph Lauren furnishings, a state-of-the-art Chalon kitchen, Holland and Sherry Saville Row tweeds and regal four poster beds are intertwined with expansive inglenook fireplaces, exposed stone walls, spiral stone staircases, vaulted ceilings, beautiful antiques and grand oil paintings creating the most extravagant, exquisite spaces imaginable.

The Fortalice boasts a sensational location inside the magnificent Cairngorm National Park in the heart of Scotland. It sits proudly, on the doorstep of Kirkton of Glenisla and Blairgowrie, one and a half hours north of Edinburgh and surrounded by astounding, picturesque rolling hills. It is set against a stunning backdrop of rugged Perthshire countryside. Guests enjoy easy access to action-packed activities including fishing, shooting, stalking, horse riding, hiking, golf, mountain biking, trail running and skiing. For those less adventurous, fine dining, whisky tasting, shopping and visiting ancient castles are on the agenda. Some might even want to stay put in this stunning castle enjoying board games, watching movies or reading by the fire in the Great Hall. The Fortalice offers seven amazing bedrooms sleeping up to sixteen guests in total luxury.

The castle enjoys a fascinating history, being built by the Ogilvys of Airlie as a fortified house in 1560. It was built to protect the entrance to the Balloch Pass to Glenshee and the Moneca Pass to Braemar and the North. The castle was partially destroyed in 1640 by the Duke of Argyll and has been lovingly restored back to its former glory since 1988 by the current owners.

The Fortalice is built over five floors. The Great Hall, the very heart of the castle, is dominated by its vast inglenook fireplace and elaborately hand painted ceiling. It is a gorgeous space to chill and nestle up with books, glasses of wine and great company. At the same time, it is also the perfect entertaining space for a celebratory dinner, an intimate wedding or a corporate event. Ralph Lauren sofas and beautiful wing back chairs surround the fireplace and a giant dining table offers a fine dining space for up to sixteen guests. You will have a ball tasting drams of whisky and perhaps dancing along to a Ceilidh. The kitchen is dreamy with Chalon cabinetry, a fantastic double sized range cooker, other top-of-the-range appliances and Le Creuset pans. You can prepare hearty Scottish breakfasts and delicious feasts in this wonderfully atmospheric space. The adjacent vaulted space is home to a large refectory table and bench seating, ideal for your breakfasts or lunches. The vaulted ceiling adds fabulous character and intimacy. The ground floor is also home to a cute little unique chapel, perfect for small weddings. The hallways linking these wonderful spaces are decorated with vintage tartan rugs, antique paintings and numerous artefacts from days gone by.

The Fortalice boasts seven sensational bedrooms, the most superior being the spectacular Laird’s Room. It truly is fit for a king or queen with its kingsize four poster Ralph Lauren bed, its walls upholstered in De le Cuona British wool, its own turret, its sumptuous sofa and its open plan bathroom with its period roll top bath and freestanding brass Drummonds shower. Beautiful antiques and period paintings adorn the walls ensuring that you feel totally indulged and spoilt when sleeping in this room. Sebastian’s Room is another gem with a kingsize four poster bed draped in heavy fabric, antique furniture including a castellated wardrobe, upholstered walls in Holland and Sherry Saville Row tweed and a comfy leather armchair where you can relax with a wee dram or a cup of tea. Julian’s Room also offers total luxury with its collection of interesting art pieces, its Holland and Sherry Saville Road tweed, its delightful Johnsons of Elgin cashmere, printed cushions and chequered throws and its ensuite bathroom. It offers an air of masculinity and sophistication. Rich purple hues feature in Katherine’s Room as well as bedspoke cushions and throws that adorn the handcarved wooden four poster with its starburst canopy. The upholstered walls finish off the layered design and complement the striking Swedish empire mirror and antique wash stand. This room also enjoys a turret which is home to a beautiful bureau. Right at the top of the castle with stunning views across the Cairngorm mountains, Samantha’s Room is a lucky pick with its kingsize four poster bed featuring a gathered canopy. There are deep buttoned stools upholstered in houndstooth wool and comforting fabric lined walls. The room also boasts a dressing table and a cosy armchair by the fireplace, perfect for a late night read. Again, you will be impressed by the art and the beautiful tapestries that complete the room. Robert’s Room is reached via a private staircase from the Great Hall. It is a fabulous room ideal for a book lover with its built in bookcases brimming with endless reads. The deep buttoned sofa is perfect for nestling down with a good book and the exquisite four poster bed will give the sleep of kings. Finally, the Garret is home to four beautifully dressed single beds that can be used for children under twelve years old. It is the perfect attic hideaway and the scene of much fun and late night chatter. Again, it is a beautiful space full of tartan and antique furnishings. In total, the castle offer three stunning and atmospheric bathrooms to share.The Fortalice is unforgettable. It is easy to see why this is the perfect place for an intimate highland wedding. Sixteen guests is the ideal number for a wedding here though more can be accommodated for a day event. The castle is fully licensed for civil, religious and humanist weddings.The castle sits on a spectacular spot with beautiful scenery all around. If you can bring yourselves to leave The Fortalice, you can explore the Cairngorms National Park with its choice of 55 Munros, four of which are the highest mountains in the UK. Those less active can enjoy the very scenic, spectacular drive along the 90 mile Snowroads stretch, starting at nearby Blairgowrie and driving to the Highland town of Grantown-on-Spey. Skiers can visit the famous Glenshee Snowsports Centre. Walkers can enjoy the sensational 64 mile Cateran Trail, taking the stunning moorland route to the trail’s highest point between Strathardle and Glenshee, enjoying breathtaking views of the lush glens and rugged peaks.  

*Please kindly note that total maximum capacity is 12 adults and up to 4 additional children*

Please note: Prices for Christmas and New Year are POA

 

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What you should know…

  • The Garret is a newly restored attic bedroom that is offered for up to four children under the age of twelve. It offers four single beds so is not ideal for adults. The total maximum capacity of The Fortalice is twelve adults and four children
  • Please let us know if you would like to enquire about any additional services such as private chefs, helicopter pick ups, excursions, sports or weddings
  • The location of the castle is perfect for those that love the outdoors and want to meet some lifetime challenges
  • The spiral and sometimes steep staircases are not ideal for guests with mobility issues

Property Features

Wi-Fi/Internet BBQ Washing Machine Tumble Dryer Bicycles Provided Indoor Games Outdoor Games DVD Working Fireplace/Woodburner Heating

Lower Ground Floor: Kitchen, breakfast room, chapel and loo.
Upper Ground Floor: The Great Hall with private, narrow staircase leading up to Robert's Room with four poster bed.
First Floor: The Lairds Room with en-suite bathroom and four poster bed.
Second Floor: Sebastian's room with four poster bed.
Third Floor: Julian's room with King Size bed and en-suite bathroom, Katharine's room with Four poster bed. Family bathroom.
Top Floor: Samantha's Room with four poster bed.
Attic: Garret Room with four single beds.

The castle has been rebuilt and refurbished to offer harmony between the 16th Century and modern 21st Century style living. The kitchen is very well equipped and includes a fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a huge range. The breakfast room is ideal for the first meal of the day or for intimate suppers and the crockery with its tartan designs recalls the Highlands. The tiny chapel on the ground floor is exquisite and gives the castle its heart.

The Great Hall is magnificent with a beamed painted ceiling. The roaring log fire and comfy sofas make it the ideal place to totally relax surrounded by fascinating memorabilia, family photos and books. The views from all the windows are breathtaking.

Up the spiral stairs, the bedrooms are all individually furnished, each one having its own style. There are four posters, tartan rugs, cashmere throws, heating, electric blankets and decanters of whisky.  The family bathroom is huge. Two bedrooms have en suite facilities and each of my family thought their bedroom was the best!  They are all lovely and very comfortable.

*Please kindly note that total maximum capacity is 12 adults and up to 4 additional children*

Location

About the surrounding area of The Fortalice
Walk to Restaurant Rural Location Walking/Hiking Paths Golf Nearby Stalking/Hunting Fishing Outstanding Landscapes Outdoor Pursuit & Activities Tourist Towns & Villages
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The Fortalice is located close to Kirkton of Glenisla, a small highland village with a church, hotel, hall and a small number of houses. The village is situated on the River Isla, eleven miles north west of Kirriemuir and ten miles north of Blairgowrie. The Kirkton sits adjacent to the 64 mile waymarked Cateran Trail. There is an attractive suspension footbridge built in 1824 over the River Isla. The nearest stations are Edinburgh and Pitlochry. Helicopter transfers can be arranged with two weeks notice from the airports, the landing strip being at the top of the Glen, four miles from the castle.

The Fortalice is a brilliant base for hill walking, fishing, cycling, golf and other sporting activities. There are over 100 fantastic courses including Braemar, the highest course in Scotland and possibly the most beautiful. The Cairngorm Mountains rise up each side of the course. The championship courses at Rosemount and Blairgowrie and the world famous Gleneagles, St Andrews and Caroustie are all within easy reach. Famous salmon and trout fishing rivers such as the River South Esk, the River Isla and the River Tay are also close by. The shooting of pheasant, partridge, grouse and stags can also be arranged.

Glenshee is a spectacular glen. Its elevated position above the meadows of Shee Water offers the most breathtaking mountain scenery and very fresh air. It is situated on the southern fringe of the Cairngorms National Park, just 2 hours from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Glenshee translates as ‘The Valley of Peace’ and is known fondly by the the locals as ‘the fairy glen’. The area is famous for its fantastic variety of activities including walking, angling, shooting, golf, cycling and also winter sports. Mountain biking, falconry and pony trekking are also available. The fantastic Glenshee Snowsports Centre is the place for skiers. If that is not enough to get the adrenaline flowing, Nae Limits offer an impressive range of water and land adventures including white water rafting, river tubing and quad biking.

The Cairngorms National Park offers scenic drives and 55 Munroes to climb. They are ideal for beginners and experienced hill walkers alike. Kayakers and canoeists enjoy the challenging network of rivers. Instructor led beginner sessions can be arranged.   

Another popular excursion is a trip to a distillery. Gin lovers adore the Persie Gin Distillery. Chocoholics can treat themselves at the award-winning Chocolatier Iain Burnett’s gift shop.

The nearby towns of Blairgowrie and Pitlochry are very attractive. They are an easy drive and offer excellent amenities and plenty of attractions, including the Fish Ladder and Festival Theatre in Pitlochry.

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Local Amenities
Nearest Airport Dundee Airport

(49.6km)

Nearest Airport Edinburgh Airport

(121km)

Nearest Town/City Dundee

(49.4km)

Nearest Town Blairgowrie

(31km)

Nearest Village Kirkmichael

(19.9km)

Nearest Restaurant The Kirky Bar & Restaurant

(19.9km)

Nearest Supermarket Tesco Superstore, Blairgowrie

(30.4km)

Nearest Golf Blairgowrie Golf Club

(32.9km)

Region

Luxury self-catering holiday accommodation in the Highlands

Get ready to embark on a whimsical journey to the Scottish Highlands with Oliver's Travels, where fabulous, characterful homes await in this rugged and enchanting slice of northern Scotland. Mist-shrouded mountains, deep-blue lochs and ancient castles are the name of the game. It is like stepping into a fantasy novel, but with fewer dragons and more kilts!

First up on our Highland hit-list is Ben Nevis, standing at a whopping 1,345 metres. Climbers and hikers worldwide flock to its trails, ready to conquer the mountain and be rewarded with the most incredible views. If you are not up for an epic uphill battle, fear not! The Great Glen Way offers a more chilled stroll along the Caledonian Canal, connecting Fort William and Inverness. It is like a leisurely stroll through nature, with bonus canal vibes.

Now, who hasn't heard of Loch Ness? Home to historic castles such as Urquhart Castle, this legendary spot invites you to channel your inner detective and search for Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster. Nessie might be shy, but the views are anything but! You will enjoy ruins, mystery and just maybe, a friendly monster waving from the depths.

Inverness, the unofficial Highland capital, is where historic charm meets modern pizzazz. The River Ness weaves through the city, tickling the feet of Victorian buildings. It is a sophisticated dance of old and new. You can stroll along the riverbanks, explore Inverness Castle and soak up the local vibes at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery. Heading west is the hidden treasure of Plockton which boasts landscapes so picturesque, you will think you are in a watercolour painting. Whitewashed cottages add a touch of charm and the sheltered bay is the perfect spot for daydreaming. You can take a boat trip to nearby islands or just bask in the coastal serenity. In Fort Augustus, where the Caledonian Canal plays meet and greet with Loch Ness, boating and water-based antics abound. The locks of Fort Augustus are like a watery staircase, a fascinating engineering marvel that turns boat journeys into a spectacle.

The Highland Folk Museum near Newtonmore invites you to step back in time. This living history museum spills the secrets with reconstructed buildings, costumed interpreters and demonstrations of age-old crafts. Another wonder, Eilean Donan Castle is a real-life fairytale fortress perched on a tiny island where three lochs have a meet-up. It is so postcard-perfect that even Hollywood could not resist its charm. History buffs and Instagram enthusiasts, this one is for you!

Of course, we cannot forget the whisky. The Highlands are the holy grail for whisky aficionados. Glenlivet and Glenfiddich distilleries open their doors for guided tours, where you will learn the magic behind crafting Scotch whisky. Sip, swirl and savour – it is a Highland happy hour!

Whether you are scaling castles, conquering peaks, fishing, boating or just lounging by a loch, the Scottish Highlands invites you to a land where nature and history come together in a brilliant way. It is a timeless tale that leaves you in awe. Step into the magic as adventure awaits!

Ah, bonnie Scotland! A wild and beautiful part of the world, where you can explore the rugged highlands or enjoy the colour and vibrancy of cultural capitals like Edinburgh and Glasgow.

But how do you know you’re getting the very best out of your trip? That’s where we come in. If you’ve had a browse through our range of luxury cottages and castles in Scotland, you’ll know there’s some great places to stay, but to find all the great things to do, see and eat you’ll need our handy Scotland travel guide  – so read on and enjoy! 

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Kids

Best Suited For: All Ages
Ideal for Teens

It has to be a child’s dream to stay in a magical castle with turrets, vaulted ceilings, stone spiral staircases and roaring fireplaces. The Fortalice is a brilliant place for a family reunion and celebration. The living spaces are amazing and very atmospheric. The grounds and the views are absolutely spectacular.

The Cairngorms is a fantastic location for activity holidays. The hill walking and river activities are amazing and there are so many activities to keep children enthralled and immersed in its great outdoor playground. Children love discovering lochs, rivers, forests and wildlife including red and roe deer, squirrels and buzzards.

All set in spectacular Scottish highland scenery, there are many award-winning attractions including open air museums, castles, distillery tours, wild animals and rollercoasters. The Highland Folk Museum is no ordinary museum, it is a recreated life size village that was used in the television series Outlander. Children can explore the living tradition of the Highland Games at The Braemar Highland Games Centre. If you have Scottish roots, you will love the museums dedicated to local clans and the Jacobite uprisings, telling the tales of a bloodthirsty past.

The Landmark Forest Adventure Park offers thrill-seeking children a massive adrenaline rush. The Highland Wildlife Park offers a fantastic zoo experience. Older children love the Aviemore Kart Raceway. Castles are also a great option. Although you are staying one, it is wonderful to look at others. Baemar, Balmoral and Blair Castles are based in the Cairngorms.

This area is brilliant at all times of the year but in the winter, the big attraction is the snowy weather. The Cairngorms National Park plays host to 3 out of Scotland’s 5 ski centres, Glenshee, Cairngorm Mountain and the Lect. On snowy days, visitors love to hit the slopes by ski, snowboard or even snowshoe. The scenery is absolutely incredible so even if you are not participating, you can enjoy the views with coffee or hot chocolate in hand at the cafes on the slopes. The Glenshee Snowsports Centre is just moments from the castle. Daily tickets and equipment hire can be booked online. Glenshee has the most comprehensive network of ski-lifts in Scotland with 3 chairlifts, 4 T-bar surface lifts and 15 Poma style platter lifts. They are self loading but lift attendants are there to help. The centre offers ski lessons and a special Ski Academy for children from 5 years old to 15 years from beginners to advanced skiers. There is coaching from 2-4 hours daily including performance training, race training and coaching. Children love it!

Baby and Toddler Equipment

  • Cot(s)
  • High Chair(s)

Kids Activities Close-by

  • Walk to Restaurant
  • Fishing
  • Outdoor Pursuit & Activities
  • Tourist Towns & Villages

Onsite Facilities

  • Bicycles Provided
  • Indoor Games
  • Outdoor Games
  • DVD
  • Fenced Grounds

Extras

At Oliver’s Travels, we pride ourselves on going that little bit further for our guests. From private chefs to travel services, we can help you arrange those little extras that make it a truly memorable holiday. Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team, who will be happy to help. We can typically help you arrange any of the following:

- Maid service/extra cleaning
- Private chef/cook/catering
- Welcome hamper/pre-stocked fridge
- Local day-trips or tours
- Airport pick-up/drop-off

Simply fill in the concierge request form or contact the Oliver’s Concierge Team.

Please note that all extras are subject to availability and must be requested in advance of the holiday (prices on request). Due to some rural/remote locations, not all services will be available at all properties. However, we will always do our best to fulfil your requests!

Oliver's Travels Chef Service: A Gourmet Dining Experience
Make hosting a memorable dinner party at your villa an absolute breeze with our superb Chef Service. Our chefs will take care of everything for you from start to finish so you can just sit back and enjoy the gastronomic experience. They will bring all the necessary ingredients, cook and serve the food and even clean up afterwards. To find out more visit www.oliverstravels.com/chefs

Event information

Indoor reception capacity: 24

Please note that the accommodation pricing does not include a £1000 wedding surcharge to enable you and your guests to use The Fortalice as a wedding venue whilst staying at the castle.

Service

There is a chapel on site that can be used for a service. The owners suggest contacting the Humanist Society as they do not require a licence and the couple can create a unique and personal service in the chapel. The Humanist Society of Scotland has celebrants who are authorised to conduct legal marriages, making Scotland one of only seven countries in the world where Humanist marriage ceremonies have full legal status.

Wedding Ceremony Options
 
We have various options available including humanist, registrar and interfaith wedding ceremonies  and will pass all details on for your consideration. The most popular are civil ceremonies held by a registrar from the local Angus council which costs approximately £319 and includes the lodging of marriage notice forms, marriage certificate and ceremony.

Glenisla Church
An option that works for larger wedding groups that want a larger chapel than the intimate surrounding of The Fortalice's own chapel.

Catering

Fully Catered Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 
 
£120 per person (minimum 6 people)
Gold Standard Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Cooked breakfast, basic either packed lunch or buffet style lunch and three course dinner.
 
£95 per person 
(minimum 6 people)
Silver standard Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Cooked breakfast, basic either packed lunch or buffet style lunch and three course dinner.
 
£40 Childrens Catering all day per child (3-11 years)
Continental breakfast, packed lunch and a two course dinner.

Evening Dining

 
£99 per person

Gold Standard Wedding Dinner  Our award winning first class chef will provide a 5 course Wedding dinner that will be tailored to suit your group’s needs.
 
£85 per person
Gold Standard Five Course Dinner  Our award winning first class chef will provide a full five course meal fit for a King or Queen.
 
£55 per person
Silver Standard Three Course Dinner  A wonderful three course dinner served in the Great Hall using where possible local authentic Scottish produce. 
 
Children’s Dinner
£20 per person A two course meal for children designed specifically for children aged from 2 upwards including a main course and dessert. 
 
NB All food options above do not include alcohol which can be priced separately or simply bring your own

Entertainment

Wedding Piper


£300

A local bagpiper can come for two hours and pipe you awake or simply stir the emotions on special occasions such as weddings or birthday events.
 
Ceidlh - Live Music with Dancing Night

£450 2 piece band /£1,050 4 piece band

A wonderful chance to have either a two piece or full four piece band playing traditional music whilst you and your guests are guided through famous Scottish dances from the comfort of the Great Hall. 

Other Services

Hair and Make Up
A local supplier can tailor make a quote depending on your need.

Cake Options
Beautiful wedding cakes made to your specific order that can serve 16-24 people, Example pricing: Bronze £112 Silver £150 Gold £190

Photography Options
 
Every wedding is different. Each couple has their own budget and their own requirements. With this we can refer you to our preferred supplier who can create a bespoke package to suit each individual couple. We have some sample cost options below:
 
Bronze Package
 
£1,125

Ceremony until meal coverage
. All edited images on USB with license to print and private online gallery for family and friends to view and purchase prints. Bridal prep or first dance coverage are an extra £125 each or £200 for both.
 
Silver Package 

 
£1492

Ceremony until meal coverage. 
All edited images on USB with license to print
 12”x9”, specially designed Storybook album worth £500 with a Leather Cover and private online gallery for family and friends to view and purchase prints
. Parent albums and wall products can be purchased as optional extras, album can be upgraded/swapped. Bridal prep or first dance coverage are an extra £125 each or £200 for both.
 
Gold Package 
 
£2542

At least one consultation prior to wedding. 
Bridal preparation until third dance
. Second photographer from pre-ceremony until dinner
. All edited images on USB with license to print 14x10", specially designed Storybook album worth £670, two smaller parent albums worth £150 and private online gallery for family and friends to view and purchase prints. Albums can be upgraded/swapped.

Wedding Cars
Specific wedding cars are available to rent from Rolls Royce to Camper Vans. 

Accommodation
12 guests can stay at the property. For the rest there a few options nearby:
Glen Isla Hotel – 01575 582223
Dalmunzie Hotel, Glen Shee – 01250 885 224
The Spittal of Glenshee – 01250 885 215
Land of Loyal Hotel Alyth – 01828 633151
West Freuchies B&B, Glen Isla. 01575 582716
Glenmarkie Guest House, Glen Isla 01575 582295 

Travel
A hire car is recommended as the castle is set within a rural area. A local driver is available with a range of transportation options from a car to a mini bus for single person to multiple person trips. Please enquire for details.

Terms & Conditions

These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time.

Security deposit £1,500 (£2000 for marriages and special occasions). Paid 2 months prior to arrival. Cashed then reissued no later than 3 weeks after departure.
Arrival time 16.00
Departure time 10.00
Energy costs included? Included.
Linen & towels included? Included.
Pets welcome? Max 3 well-trained small, medium or large size behaved dogs, to be confirmed at the time of booking. Please specify the breed when sending the booking request. Additional cost of £50 per dog per stay payable locally directly to the owner. Dogs are STRICTLY not allowed on furniture.
Changeover day Bookings are taken Friday to Friday for weeks and Friday to Monday at weekends.
End of stay cleaning included? Included. £100 will be deducted from the deposit if the castle is not left clean and tidy as it was found, this includes washing up.
Smoking Allowed? No smoking.
Internet access? Yes (no Wi-Fi access available)
Other Ts and Cs Please note that the accommodation pricing does not include a £1,000 wedding surcharge to enable you and your guests to use The Fortalice as a wedding venue whilst staying at the castle.

*Please kindly note that total maximum capacity is 12 adults and up to 4 additional children*

General:
- No fires in bedrooms.
- Do be careful with your water consumption.
- Do not tamper with the heating system in the castle or Piggery.
- Do keep the gate shut and your dogs in the grounds.
- Do pick up after your dogs and dispose of the mess in the bucket buried next to the dustbins. Please do not allow them on the furnishings.
- Do not drive or park on the lawn.

Rental Rates

Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 17th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 - - - £8,269
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 £4,003 £4,783 £5,563 £5,458
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 5th 2024 £4,961 £5,859 £6,757 £6,284
Nov 5th 2024 - Dec 16th 2024 £4,003 £4,783 £5,563 £5,458
Dec 16th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 - - - £9,592
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 14th 2025 £4,003 £4,783 £5,563 £5,458
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 £4,961 £5,859 £6,757 £6,284
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 £4,003 £4,783 £5,563 £5,458
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 14th 2025 £5,622 £6,615 £7,608 £6,946
Apr 14th 2025 - Jul 8th 2025 £5,458 £6,445 £7,433 £6,912
Jul 8th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 - - - £8,269
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 £4,003 £4,783 £5,563 £5,458
Oct 24th 2025 - Nov 4th 2025 £4,961 £5,859 £6,757 £6,284
Nov 4th 2025 - Dec 15th 2025 £4,003 £4,783 £5,563 £5,458
Dec 15th 2025 - Jan 18th 2026 - - - £9,592

Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 17th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 - - - €9,854
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 €4,771 €5,700 €6,630 €6,505
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 5th 2024 €5,912 €6,982 €8,053 €7,489
Nov 5th 2024 - Dec 16th 2024 €4,771 €5,700 €6,630 €6,505
Dec 16th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 - - - €11,431
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 14th 2025 €4,771 €5,700 €6,630 €6,505
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 €5,912 €6,982 €8,053 €7,489
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 €4,771 €5,700 €6,630 €6,505
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 14th 2025 €6,700 €7,883 €9,066 €8,278
Apr 14th 2025 - Jul 8th 2025 €6,503 €7,680 €8,857 €8,237
Jul 8th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 - - - €9,854
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 €4,771 €5,700 €6,630 €6,505
Oct 24th 2025 - Nov 4th 2025 €5,912 €6,982 €8,053 €7,489
Nov 4th 2025 - Dec 15th 2025 €4,771 €5,700 €6,630 €6,505
Dec 15th 2025 - Jan 18th 2026 - - - €11,431

Prices based on an occupancy of 12 people:

Rental period 3 Nights 4 Nights 5 Nights Weekly
Jul 17th 2024 - Sep 10th 2024 - - - $10,777
Sep 10th 2024 - Oct 25th 2024 $5,217 $6,234 $7,250 $7,114
Oct 25th 2024 - Nov 5th 2024 $6,466 $7,636 $8,807 $8,190
Nov 5th 2024 - Dec 16th 2024 $5,217 $6,234 $7,250 $7,114
Dec 16th 2024 - Jan 3rd 2025 - - - $12,501
Jan 3rd 2025 - Feb 14th 2025 $5,217 $6,234 $7,250 $7,114
Feb 14th 2025 - Feb 25th 2025 $6,466 $7,636 $8,807 $8,190
Feb 25th 2025 - Mar 28th 2025 $5,217 $6,234 $7,250 $7,114
Mar 28th 2025 - Apr 14th 2025 $7,327 $8,621 $9,915 $9,053
Apr 14th 2025 - Jul 8th 2025 $7,112 $8,400 $9,687 $9,009
Jul 8th 2025 - Sep 9th 2025 - - - $10,777
Sep 9th 2025 - Oct 24th 2025 $5,217 $6,234 $7,250 $7,114
Oct 24th 2025 - Nov 4th 2025 $6,466 $7,636 $8,807 $8,190
Nov 4th 2025 - Dec 15th 2025 $5,217 $6,234 $7,250 $7,114
Dec 15th 2025 - Jan 18th 2026 - - - $12,501

Please note that these prices/rates are a guide only and may not be correct at the current date. For an accurate quote, please enquire.

Reviews

  • Stunning views, grounds and castle

    on 21/03/2024

    I loved every minute of our castle stay. The Laird's Room is amazing, so is having dinner with friends and family at the huge dining table in the Great Hall and the kitchen, oh my! The grounds and views are stunning, as is the castle itself. I couldn't stop taking photos of it.

  • The Fortalice

    on 24/09/2023

    Great venue, very friendly welcome

  • Great place in a fantastic area

    on 22/08/2022

    We did appreciate a lot the castle with its superb decoration and cleanliness. Wonderful surroundings with a lot of walks to do and very good location to discover (again with pleasure) the beautiful Scottish singularity.

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