A haunted castle hotel in Scotland
The ghost of Lady Catherine is said to be the most frequent ghostly visitor to this 13th century fortress in Edinburgh. It is said she died of a broken heart and has reportedly been heard on several occasions, rustling her skirt and tapping on doors. Staff and guests have had other strange experiences, such as the feeling of someone pulling their hair.
Set within acres of wooded parkland, this fascinating 13th century fortress is on the banks of the River Esk. The Dalhousie Castle Hotel offers luxurious accommodation, award-winning fine dining, and spa and leisure facilities.
Guests can descend an ancient stairway towards the atmospheric Dungeon Restaurant and enjoy 2 AA Rosette dining. Alternatively, the Orangery offers a more informal experience with sweeping views over the River Esk.
Facilities hotel Dalhousie
Garden, terrace, sauna, solarium, spa and wellness centre, massage, hot tub, hammam, library, restaurant, bar, breakfast in the room, WiFi, room service, 24-hour front desk, tour desk, luggage storage, laundry, dry cleaning, meeting/banquet facilities, barber/beautyshop, gift shop, bridal suite, newspaper, chapel/shrine, non-smoking rooms, facilities for disabled guests, heating, public parking on site.
Dalhousie Castle Hotel is just a short distance from the A7 and Edinburgh is only 20 minutes’ drive. It takes just 10 minutes to reach Rosslyn and Roslin Chapel, which is a possible resting place of the Holy Grail.
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