|Land Area||36 acres|
|Number of Rooms|
|Number of Suites||17|
Glenapp Castle is located in the heart of Ayrshire in Scotland and was built in 1870 as a strikingly beautiful example of the Scottish Baronial style architecture. The castle has a colourful history and was purchased by the first Earl of Inchcape in 1917. When local hoteliers, the McMillan Family purchased the castle in June 1994, the castle had sadly fallen into a very poor state of disrepair. Their daughter and son-in-law then embarked upon a 6.5 year restoration to repair the Castle to its former state of glory.
Glenapp Castle offers classic styling and traditional elegant architecture including two large dining rooms, a drawing room, a library and 17 suites, all set within 36 acres of wooded and manicured grounds. The formal yet elegant staff provide first class service with breakfast and dinner included in the nightly rate. Dinner at Glenapp Castle is a truly unique experience in their 3 Rosette awarded restaurant. Each evening a six course gourmet menu is expertly prepared by Head Chef Adam Stokes and his team. The menus change daily and utilize the best fresh and seasonal local ingredients, including fruit, vegetables and herbs from the castle gardens.
Glenapp Castle offers an idyllic and formal getaway in the Scottish countryside. Her greatest feature is her 36 acres of grounds including many rare and unusual plants and shrubs to be found, including magnificent specimen rhododendrons. Short walks are available through established woodland and across the manicured lawns, leading to the wonderful walled garden with its 150 foot Victorian glasshouse. On the property there's an all weather tennis court and croquet lawn. Glenapp does not have spa facilities onsite however do recommend the services of a local spa offering swimming, sauna, massage and beauty treatments and a fully equipped gym. Local beaches offer nice walks with amazing views of Ireland and Ailsa Craig on sunny days. Glenapp Castle is the ideal retreat for lovers of Golf as there are four championship courses within an hour of the estate.