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Palaces & Castles in Scotland

We have personally visited many of these wonderful castles in Scotland and would be happy to provide a personalised itinerary allowing you sample as many of these magical buildings as you would like. The entire experience is extremely easy with a motorhome as you can enjoy the wonderful scenery between each castle or palace that you visit.

Castles

Edinburgh Castle

The number one attraction for visitors whilst in Scotland. Situated on an extinct volcano it is a must see for visitors to visit where Mary Queen of Scots gave birth to King James. Explore the castle with a guided tour and listen out for the one o’clock gun!

Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most impressive castles in Scotland due to its impressive architecture. A visit will allow you to step into the 16th century with periodic costumes and opportunities to play medieval instruments.

Eilean Donan Castle

Despite being situated on the Kyle of Lochalsh, the castle is one of the most photographed in Scotland due to its beautiful scenery overlooking the Isle of Skye. A must see whilst in the Highlands for breathtaking views.

Blair Castle

Learn about the turbulent times it has experienced over the centuries and how it has managed to become the last remaining private regiment in Europe, the Atholl Highlanders. Over 30 rooms are open to the public which are full of Scottish history.

Craigievar Castle

What fairytales are made of, Craigievar Castle is said to have been the inspiration for Cinderella’s Castle! This unspoiled pink castle is a must see for visitors.

Dunvegan Castle

If you find yourself on the Isle of Skye Dunvegan is a must see, this castle is the oldest in Scotland which has been continuously inhabited. Visitors can roam around the formal gardens as well as take boat trips round the surrounding Loch Dunvegan.

Palaces

Falkland Palace

The Palace has been restored and is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland. Visitors are able to step back in time through preserving all rooms with the added periodic furniture.

Linlithgow Palace

The birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots makes this is a popular destination for tourists and has its own park situated next to Linlithgow Loch ensures that it is a fun day out for the whole family.

Holyrood Palace

A must see for tourists to see as it is The Queen’s official residence whilst in Scotland. Visitors get the opportunity to explore 14 historic rooms as well as an audio tour explaining the history of the Palace.