A luxury castle hotel in Scotland
Explore the beauty of Ayrshire from 5 star accommodation
Welcome to Glenapp Castle
As you sweep up the long tree clad drive you will glimpse the beautiful façade of Glenapp Castle; encapsulating the romance of the Scottish Baronial style with magical towers, turrets, and crenellations. Once inside our luxury 5 star castle hotel a world of Victorian splendour is yours.
Oak panelled halls lead to the heart of the castle offering stunning views out to sea and the famous volcanic outcrop of Ailsa Craig. Beyond that you can see the Isle of Arran, Holy Island, and, on a clear day, the hills of Northern Ireland.
History and drama
Since it was built in 1870 Glenapp Castle has seen its share of history and drama; from the splendour of the Victorian era to playing its role in the successful planning of the D-Day landings.
Take a look at this stunning Scottish estate.
Beautiful gardens leading out into quiet woodland, luxurious rooms with stunning seascapes, exceptional dining experiences, and the opportunity for adventure.
What our guests say
The castle is stunning. Lovely decor in keeping with age and style of castle. Very high ceilings. Lovely viewsLinda M - TripAdvisor Review
Hendricks Afternoon Tea
Cocktails & Teapots
Miraculous Hendrick’s cocktail served in Victorian style teapot and cups.
Choose from: Garden Fizz, Bramble or Flora Dora
Followed by Afternoon Tea
Glenapp Classic Car Weekend
23rd & 24th September
In conjunction with the renowned Classic & Sportscar Limited of Yorkshire
Bed & Breakfast rate will include 6-course dinner on Saturday evening
& afternoon tea
Stunning Gertrude Jekyll Gardens
Open April through October
From April to October you can savour the delights of the famous Glenapp Kitchen, hidden away in our walled garden.
Our newly restored tearooms are open to non-residents, serving light lunches, Cream Teas and delicious Homemade Baking using the freshest ingredients from local farms and straight from our own gardens. Seating is available both inside and on the lawns of our walled garden, overlooking our Victorian greenhouses.