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I could see past the early 1900's "addition" if the rooms were clean, appropriately appointed, and had locks on the doors (please tell me locks have been added to the guest rooms). However, the website deliberately conceals the monstrosity, and thus seeing the delapidated mess...More
10 Thank Ms_OffTheBeatenPath
Response from Suzannegh, Owner at Duncraig CastleResponded 31 January 2012
I am very sorry this customer did not enjoy her stay at Duncraig Castle. We would have been delighted to address any issues had they been raised during her stay. Locks were fitted to guest bedrooms in 2010?
Duncraig Castle is now closed for a...More
We stayed at Duncraig Castle for one night in late August on our travels around Scotland. The castle is being renovated, but this did not affect our stay. The views across the bay were spectacular and the room we stayed in was huge and very...More
this was to be the highlight of our 4 month trip to the UK (we travel to the UK every 2 years so call ourselves experienced travellers) and though the castle was great we could not walk around it or go down to the beach....More
We strayed across this castle somewhat by accident and booked on the spur of the moment. What an absolutely wonderful hotel, fabulous setting, some of the friendliest staff I've met with nothing too much trouble. We were encouraged to explore the building and surrounding area....More
An amazing experience in an amazing location with friendly staff. Sorry it took sonlong to review we have just come back down to earth after our trip. Duncraig Castle is a special place and highly recommend a drive over Applecross for an experience you will...More