Welcome to Dalhousie Castle Hotel and Spa, a magnificent 13th century fortress set within acres of wooded parkland on the picturesque banks of the River Esk. From the moment you arrive at Dalhousie Castle, one of the finest luxury hotels in Scotland, a warm Scottish welcome awaits. Whether relaxing in the The Spa, enjoying one of the library's extensive collection of books and a drink from the 'secret bar' next to the open fire, dining in the ancient barrel vaulted dungeon on the exceptional cuisine or relaxing in your unique castle bedroom, you will always feel as welcome as the 'Laird'. Dalhousie Castle, just 8 miles outside of Edinburgh, is a fascinating 13th-century castle which has been combined the history and splendour that surrounds it with acres of forest, parkland, river pasture and the luxury of modern day comforts. A stay at Dalhousie Castle offers a fantastic opportunity to relax, try the outdoor activities or simply enjoy the superb scenery around.
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Within a rich tapestry of arts and culture Dalhousie Castle offers 29 beautiful bedrooms. These are decorated in Scottish design fabrics such as tweed, tartan and twill. Period furniture, rugs and carpets combine to create a richly warm and luxurious feel that’s deeply relaxing and truly welcoming.
The hotel boasts nine historically themed four-poster bedrooms. Each of these is individually designed and elegantly styled to create a room full of unique character and comfort the modern guest could wish for. All rooms have en suite facilities, multi channel TV and Radio and self dial telephone, razor socket. They are all fitted with irons and ironing board, hairdryers and a welcoming hospitality tray as well as fluffy bathrobes and soft slippers. These rooms also have complimentary wireless broadband access.
Each historically themed rooms are individually designed and elegantly styled with sumptuous fabrics and furnishings, giving each room an exclusive feel. All rooms have en suite facilities, multi channel TV and Radio and self dial telephone, razor socket. They are all fitted with irons and ironing board, hairdryers and a welcoming hospitality tray as well as fluffy bathrobes and soft slippers. These rooms also have complimentary wireless broadband access.
It is hard to imagine a more evocative setting than the Dungeon Restaurant in which to enjoy excellent traditional Scottish Castle cuisine that features fresh local produce such as Salmon, Venison, Grouse and prime Scottish Beef. The Orangery Restaurant, on the other hand, with its sweeping views over the South Esk river, offers a more informal environment with a lighter and more contemporary menu. The Ramsey Room is also perfect for private dining and can accommodate up to 100 guests and the Sir Alexander Room can accommodate 40 guests.
For the ultimate in relaxation, staff have created The Spa at Dalhousie Castle, a hydro spa, the first of its kind in Scotland. The Spa at Dalhousie Castle combines relaxing and therapeutic spa treatments with the invigorating and rejuvenating hydro facilities. These include everything from the Hydro Pool, with its multi-massage jet pool, to the Rasul, a small chamber in which you apply mud to give your body and mind a cleanse. Also from the Ottoman, a Turkish style steam bath, to the Tropical Rain & Cold Fog Shower which gently refreshes your senses and invigorates your body.