Standing high above a dramatic coastline overlooking the Irish sea, in the south west of Scotland’s historic lowlands, Glenapp is a family owned and occupied baronial castle set in an area of outstanding and unspoiled natural beauty. Underneath its fairytale turrets and towers there are oak-paneled rooms, rich fabrics and fine antiques, as well as modern award winning cuisine and impeccable service - coming together to make all your honeymoon dreams come true.
Within Glenapp Castle, there are graceful lounges and dining rooms with seemingly endless hallways and corridors leading to seventeen very individual luxury bedrooms and suites. All of the bedrooms and public areas are handsomely furnished with personally chosen antiques and fine oil paintings and individually decorated to the highest standard in traditional style.
Many visitors to Glenapp don’t ever feel the need to venture out of the castle grounds. As well as many walks to explore, the thirty-six acres of gardens and woodlands also boast herb, fruit and flower gardens, a 150 foot Victorian Glasshouse and an all-weather tennis court and croquet lawn. The grounds are bounded on all sides by yet more woodland and open countryside to discover. Guests can also enjoy a range of country sports from clay pigeon shooting, high pheasant and partridge shooting, deer stalking as well as salmon fishing on the river Stinchar or trout fishing on a nearby loch. Should you wish to explore more, golf breaks, luxury spas, country sports, beautiful beaches and thousands of acres of stunning countryside await you. Once home to the 1st Earl of Inchape, Glenapp Castle continues to operate as a luxurious private home. With exquisite rooms, outstanding cuisine, fine wines and exceptional service, this Scottish Baronial castle will be your fairytale honeymoon come true.
The Best Parts of Glenapp Castle
- Clay Pigeon Shooting
- Segway Adventure Tours
- Glenapp Gardens
- Country Sports
- Falconry Displays
- Mountain Biking
Whatever the occasion or time of day, dining at Glenapp Castle is a culinary experience not to be missed.
- Luxury Afternoon Tea. The luxury afternoon teas at Glenapp Castle have always been a popular option as an indulgent treat.
- Glenapp Castle Restaurant. Fine dining at Glenapp Castle's award winning restaurant is a truly unique experience. Enjoy an evening meal in the gracious surroundings of the Castle's elegant dining rooms with the restaurant's six-course gourmet menu which includes canapés and coffee and petits fours, whilst watching the sun set over Ailsa Craig, the Mull of Kintyre and across the beautiful Ayrshire coastline.
- Flat Screen TV
- DVD Player
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Alarm Clock
- Seating Area
- Coffee/Tea Facilities
- Complimentary Toiletries