About Inveraray Castle
Inveraray Castle is a landmark of the Scottish Highlands, set on the pretty shores of Loch Fyne. Built in the 18th century by the Duke of Argyll, the property has remained the seat of the historic Campbell clan for centuries. Ordinarily open to the public through summer, this famous family-owned property is now available to be booked for exclusive use.
With its Gothic-revival façade, Inveraray Castle cuts an imposing figure amidst the surrounding sweep of green hills and twinkling waters. Yet, venture beyond the austere exterior and you’ll discover rooms brimming with ornate detail and lavish décor. There is an impressive State dining room, suitable for the most extravagant of banquets. The drawing room dazzles with its Beauvais tapestries, while the armoury – notable for having the highest ceiling in Scotland – showcases an impressive array of historical weapons. The bedrooms are suitably elegant, too, with four-poster beds and portraits evoking an age of Highlands heraldry.
The castle is set within an estate of more than 20,000 hectares – a great staging ground for a range of country pursuits. Depending on the time of year, try your hand at traditional Highland games, trout and salmon fishing, clay pigeon shooting and more. Inveraray presents a rare opportunity to book an iconic Scottish castle all to yourself.