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Built in 1890, Dollarbeg Castle was the last gothic baronial style building of its type ever built. After a long period of changing uses, it gradually fell into decline. Beautifully restored in 2007 to the very highest standards, it was converted into 10 luxury properties, one of which is a conversion of the original "Great Hall" with its vaulted ceiling and majestic views across the formal grounds of the castle towards the Ochil Hills in the distance. This fantastic property is new to the market in 2019

2 Luxury Bedrooms and Three bathrooms

The apartment is spread over 2 floors, with entrance hall and 2 bedrooms downstairs, one with an ensuite bathroom and the other with easy access to its own bathroom. The master bedroom also has a spacious dressing room. The Great hall itself is upstairs and incorporates kitchen, dining and lounge areas in an "open plan" style. There is also a family bathroom off the Great Hall. All bedlinen & towels are included in the price and there is free unlimited high speed wi-fi throughout the property

Designer kitchen

The Kitchen, which forms one part of the kitchen/dining/lounge area is located at one end of the former Great Hall itself and it fitted out to the highest standards. It comes completely equipped with all you will need for your stay

Fantastic Views

The Great Hall is on the first floor of the Castle and enjoys magnificent views across the 3 acres of formal garden and woodland that surround the property, along with uninterrupted views across the countryside, to the Ochil Hills beyond


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Latest Review - May 2019

From the sheer scale of the Great Hall itself to the luxury fixtures and fittings and the views to die for from the picture window, this place is something very special. It proved to be a great base for exploring Scotland in the few days we had, with Edinburgh, Glasgow and Loch Lomond all within easy reach. A real treat was visiting some of the locations where the TV series “Outlander” was filmed, and it doesn’t get better than returning home to your own piece of a Scottish Castle at the end of the day. The facilities were faultless, from the super comfy beds to the 3 bathrooms (great to...more