Below you will find all our accommodation offerings.
Kilbryde Castle has 7 double bedrooms available in the castle, so therefore sleeps 14 and includes The Garden Apartment. This number can be added to by booking the nearby holiday cottages, of which there are three. Garden Cottage sleeps 4; The Studio sleeps 2: The Smiddy sleeps 4. The Dining Room can seat 14 at the main table and a further 6 can be added with an additional table. Kilbryde Castle is not available on a self-catered basis. Catering is either done by the owners or caterers can be brought in.
Below you will find all our accommodation offerings. Click 'View More' to see photographs and find out more about each. Click 'Contact Us' if you would like to making a booking.
There is a Garden Apartment contained within the castle available for Holiday Lets. This is a large two bedroom apartment
which has proved to be very popular over the last three years. It can sleep up to six,
depending upon the make up of the party.
It is available all year round; both for short breaks, in the off season and longer
lets in the high holiday season.
A welcome pack is provided plus information on local attractions. The location of Kilbryde, in the heart of Scotland, is a wonderful base from which to venture forth to a large number of activities and sights.
Bookings can either be made direct or via www.whichcottage.com. Prices vary according to the time of year and length of stay. See our booking calendar below to check availability.
The Kilbryde Smiddy has been an exciting building project in 2011, renovating and extending a
redundant Victorian farm building. It has been sympathetically converted into a 2 bedroom self-catering holiday let.
The main bedroom has a kingsize double bed with an ensuite shower room. The second bedroom has two 3ft single beds with a separate bathroom. The kitchen and living room faces south and west. French doors open onto a sun trap patio, allowing guests to enjoy the peaceful, rural setting. Ben Ledi rises in the west while The Wallace Monument can be found on the eastern horizon.
The Smiddy garden is enclosed with a restored stone dyke on three sides and a beech hedge on the fourth. This is a haven for people wanting to escape and relax in a tranquil rural setting. Plenty to see for bird watchers, red kites are regular visitors; easy walks from the house or more challenging hills are a short drive away.
The Smiddy is located under half a mile from the castle. Guests are welcome to walk up and visit the Castle gardens.