This year, Achnagairn Castle is opening itself for an exceptional summer. While the castle is usually only available to book an exclusive use basis, this summer, we are opening our doors to welcome individuals and small groups to book a bed and breakfast stay rather than having to rent the entire property! Achnagairn's bedrooms are remarkable: all individually designed, some with four posters, some with round whirlpool baths... all with their own unique and luxurious character!
This place really is something else – I’d even go as far as to say it’s that over-used word – "exceptional". The massive en-suite rooms are a sheer delight. Quirky doesn’t touch it!The Herald
Regardless of the room type, guests will be able to enjoy use of the castle reception rooms and gorgeous grounds!
If you’re really after the wow factor, then this is the suite for you. Calm in cream, it boasts a huge whirlpool bath, vast contemporary 4 poster and a decadent marble bathroom. All, of course, topped by wonderful triple aspect views. Also referred to as the Bridal Suite for weddings.
64 sq. metres
They say that the greatest luxury is space. Well, here it is: large, luxurious and simply lovely suites. Several suites have 4 poster beds and all have separate seating areas. They overlook fabulous views over the castle grounds.
29-35 sq. metres
Beautiful rooms with an extra bed. Of our four bedrooms in this category, three offer a double bed with a single, and the fourth can be set up as three singles if required.
25-32 sq. metres
These rooms are spacious, with lovely furniture and gorgeous views over the gardens.
18-28 sq. metres
These rooms are stylish, with delightful bathrooms, but are on the smaller end of the size spectrum.
16-18 sq. metres
Travelling with children or friends? Our family suites vary in size, but tend to sleep 4-5 people.
30-45 sq. metres
Achnagairn is lucky to be based at the gateway to the Highlands, just outside Inverness. With world renowned landscapes on our doorstep, there is plenty to explore: from stunning scenery in Loch Ness and with the North Coast 500, delights to be sampled at Whisky distilleries, and history to be explored at Culloden battlefield.
If you're not out sampling the sights, enjoy Achnagairn's gorgeous grounds: sip wine on the lawn and wander down to the stream.