Dalhousie Castle Hotel surrounded by acres of forest, parkland and river pasture near Edinburgh, Edinburgh & Lothian, Scotland, UK. A 13th century castle 4 star Edinburgh hotel that is combined with the history and splendour in the heart of Scotland.
Dalhousie Castle Hotel was built over 800 years ago by the Ramsays of Dalhousie, a noble Scottish family descended from Simundus de Ramseia, who in about 1140 followed King David I to Scotland from the Huntingdon village of Ramsay.
During your stay at Dalhousie Castle Hotel, many activities can be arranged. These include mini-highland games, falconry, clay pigeon shooting and horse riding.
Another unique experience you will have whilst staying at Dalhousie Castle Hotel is the chance to dine in one of the castle's ancient barrel-vaulted dungeons, which serves a traditional Scottish and classical French cuisine using fresh local produce such as salmon, venison and grouse.
Dalhousie Castle Hotel has period style bedrooms with rugs and carpets that blend to create a rich, warm and luxurious environment.
The 100 year old Lodge, now brought back into the Estate, and built in the original Castle Quarry, is just two minutes walk from the Castle and it provides a peaceful and secluded haven, overlooking the twisting South Esk River and beautiful green woodlands.