A fine example of Scottish baronial architecture
With original furnishings, wood paneling, ornate ceilings and marble fireplaces, Stonefield Castle is a fine example of 19th-century Scottish baronial architecture. Beyond its splendid interiors, the castle is set on 60 acres of rolling green woodland gardens. The castle is located in Argyll just two miles from the idyllic fishing village of Tarbert, one of the most attractive villages on the Mull of Kintyre peninsula. The castle grounds lead down to the shores of Loch Fyne, where guests can try their hand at sea and fly-fishing, as well as find moorings for up to four vessels.
The hotel has 36 individually and tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms, with views over the gardens and Loch Fyne itself. estaurant provides guests with the chance to sample the best of all that is Scottish. The restaurant is renowned for its locally sourced beef and seafood.
Stonefield CastleTarbert, Loch Fyne