A luxurious and romantic Scottish Baronial style castle hotel with a Victorian splendour.
Located in the southeast of Ballantrae, the Glenapp Castle was once the family seat of the Earl of Inchcape. Built in 1870, this award-winning, luxury castle hotel offers stunning garden views and sea views. Featuring a beautiful facade, magical towers, crenellations, and turrets, this hotel encapsulates Victorian romance, elegance and splendour. The entire estate is just as stunning and romantic. Explore 36 acres of beautifully restored and designed gardens across the estate. Get a majestic view of the Ailsa Craig volcanic outcrop and the nearby islands of Isle of Arran and Holy Island. Part of an exclusive collection of hotels and gourmet restaurants, the Glenapp Castle also has a fine dining restaurant that offers a six-course gourmet menu.
The castle features a Scottish Baronial style architecture and the style and decor of the rooms are done in Victorian flair, in keeping with the castle’ ambiance.
The award-winning Restaurant at Glenapp Castle offers a one-of-a-kind culinary experience, with a six-course menu that includes petits fours, canapes, and coffee.
Located at a stunning estate in Ayrshire just more than a mile from the Ballantrae centre, this castle hotel is surrounded with stunning woodland, 36 gardens, and a view of the Scottish southwest coast.
Classic Garden View Room
Grand Sea View Suite
Master Suite with Sea View
Grand Garden View Room
Ballantrae, Ayrshire, Scotland
Embark on a memorable journey aboard the Glenapp boat and enjoy their Hebridian Sea Safari. Explore the Hebridian islands and visit a whisky distillery, hidden castle garden, an archaeological site, and an ancient monastery, among others.
Restaurant Glenapp Castle offers a fine dining experience in a beautiful, elegant setting, offering beautiful views of the gardens, the countryside, and the sea. Choose between their 'Taste of Glenapp' three course menu or the more luxurious six-course menu.
Lagganhouse Country Park is one of the famous attractions in Ayshire. With 56 acres of woodland, this tranquil park offers a relaxing atmosphere and one of the most spectacular views in this side of Scotland.
Sawney Bean's Cave is a tourist attraction located two miles north of Ballantrae. Rich in local folklore, legend, and history, this cave is an imposing seaside cave with a wonderful view.
A popular landmark near the castle hotel is the ruins of the Ardstinchar Castle. Located at the mouth of River Stinchar, this late medieval castle was built by Hugh Kennedy in the 15th century.