As you sweep up the long tree clad drive you will glimpse the beautiful façade of the castle, encapsulating the romance of the Scottish Baronial style, with magical towers, turrets and crenellations. Once inside, a world of Victorian splendour is yours.
Oak panelled halls lead to the heart of the castle offering stunning views out to sea, taking in the famous volcanic outcrop of Ailsa Craig, then on to the Isle of Arran, Holy Island and on a clear day, the hill of Northern Ireland.
Each of Glenapp's 17 guest rooms (20 by the summer of 2016) is individually and luxuriously styled with a unique combination of fabrics, furnishings, antiques and art. All our rooms are spacious with open fires for the winter months and there are a variety of suites with magnificent views over woodland and the surrounding sea, a perfect retreat after outdoor adventures and an exquisite dining experience.
The two 'Master Rooms' are palatial in size, with highly ornate cornice-work and our suites have the benefit of each having a private sitting room. All of the bedrooms have superb views of the gardens or coastline - in many cases both - and are bright and sunny thanks to the tall and elegant Victorian windows.