Teith Castle Scotland

Teith Castle Scotland

A unique contemporary castle with the Highlands at your fingertips

It’s easy to band around terms like "unique", “different” and “special” but often those are superlatives without meaning. But when we say that this contemporary Scottish castle is unique, different and special, believe me, we are true to every word. Firstly, there’s the location. It lies right in the beautiful Scottish Highlands and yet it is less than an hour’s drive away from both Glasgow and Edinburgh. It’s remote and peaceful and yet the nearest town, with its many facilities, is only a fifteen-minute walk away. Then there’s the décor! This lovingly restored contemporary castle is furnished throughout in the unique and contemporary style of its artist owners. So you can see that this truly is a unique place to stay.

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Guest reviews

What an absolutely outstanding place to stay! The house is wonderful. The artwork around the house is stunning. The rooms throughout are lovely, with excellent attention to detail. We were part of a group of friends celebrating a special occasion and the house and the grounds certainly made a memorable occasion for all the adults and children in the party. I could not recommend Teith Castle highly enough. It is an outstanding house set in outstanding grounds.

Katie, Hertfordshire

Teith Castle is a beautiful building in a stunning location, and the internally finished to the highest quality. From our room and bathroom, we had fabulous views out over the grounds to the beautiful river Teith. You get the feeling of total seclusion, but civilisation is only a 20 minute walk away. Inside also has the wow factor with amazing artwork throughout. We booked for a celebration with some very special friends, so were always going to have a great time, but the house and location just made it even more special.

Andrea, London

Where artistic brilliance meets classy style

Inside, this property is stylish and spectacular. The beautiful reception room is 80 metres long with several seating and dining areas. And on cold Highland winter evenings it is the perfect place to enjoy a roaring fire while sipping a wee dram from the 3 metre-long honesty bar, or indulging in a friendly game of pool. There’s even a drum kit and lighting if you want to party! For a more sedate musical evening, head to the morning room where you will find a digital baby grand piano. Or relax on one of the comfy sofas in front of a cosy fire in the library listening to your favourite tunes on the Sonos music system that serves the whole ground floor of the property. The Magical dining area features the “The Savoy Series” of artworks creating plenty of conversation pieces as you enjoy a wonderful meal with family and friends and soak up the ambience.

So much to do!

The castle sits in twelve acres of private grounds, including the woodland and the river, and it is all just waiting for you to explore. Fish for salmon or trout or try your hand at clay pigeon shooting. This being Scotland, there is a golf course close at hand and we can even arrange golf days for you. And this being the Highlands, there are plenty of places to walk – whether you prefer a leisurely stroll or you want a healthy hike, there is something for everyone. In the Morning room you will find a digital baby grand piano and the games cupboard includes croquet and boules. If you want something a bit more energetic, the basement gym has a running machine, spin bikes, free weights, and an aerial yoga swing. Whatever takes your fancy, just ask. We’ll do our very best to accommodate you! We can arrange yoga instructors, personal instructors, canoeing, cycling, and a whole range of spa treatments. Go on, pamper yourself!

Private Chef

Whether it's a one-off special celebratory meal, or breakfast, lunch and dinner during your entire stay, we can recommend a highly trained chef to come to cook and serve from your kitchen at Teith Castle. A wonderful way to make your experience extra special.

Sample Menu

What to expect

We’ve tried to think about everything to make your stay at Teith Castle just perfect. In all of our castles to rent, we provide all the essential features to cater for a large group. Here’s a list of all the practical provisions we have at the house.  If there’s anything you can’t see here but need, just ask as we’ll see what we can do.

Teith Castle Bar With Pool Table
  • Luxury bed linen, soft bath towels and bath robes
  • Complimentary toiletries
  • Wi-Fi internet
  • Beautiful 100 foot reception room with several seating and dining areas and a roaring fire for those cold winter evenings
  • A 10 foot gin and whisky bar, If you wish this to be stocked please let us know in advance (you'll also find a welcome bottle of Gin in your hamper) , bespoke seating and 7 foot pool table and (with drum kit and lighting for the ultimate party setting)
  • Morning room with digital baby grand piano and games cupboard, including croquet & boules
  • Well stocked library, open fire and super comfy couches
  • Sonos music system throughout the whole ground floor of property
  • Magical dining area with feature dual aspect gas fire. Bespoke seating featuring the “The Savoy Series” of artworks
  • Cinema room within one of the turrets
  • Fully equipped kitchen with boiling hot water tap, 2 dishwashers, American fridge freezer and both a double electric oven and Aga
  • Laundry room with 2 washing machines and 2 dryers
  • Basement Art Gallery, including a collection of art works for sale and the artist’s range of luxury silk sleepwear
  • Basement Gym, including running machine, spin bikes, free weights, aerial yoga swing and power-plate
  • Salmon and Trout fishing rights in the River Teith


In Callandar 'The Gateway to the Highlands', only one hour from both Glasgow And Edinburgh. The perfect location as your base to explore Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and The Highlands.

House FAQs

  • How far is Teith Castle from the nearest town?

    Teith Castle is perfectly situated within an hours drive of Glasgow and Edinburgh. The popular town of Callander, known as ‘the gateway to the highlands’, is only a 15 mins walk.

  • Does Teith Castle have high chairs and cots?

    High chairs and cots can be provided at Teith Castle. Please let us know in advance. We do request that guests provide their own bedding for cots.

  • Can you accommodate helicopters?

    Yes, by prior arrangement it is possible to land in the grounds at Teith Castle.

  • Do you allow fireworks?

    We don’t allow fireworks at Teith Castle as they can frighten the livestock.

  • Can you fish on the grounds at Teith Castle?

    Yes, the castle owners have fishing rights for Salmon and Trout on the castle's private stretch of river. We can also arrange a ghille (local fishing attendant) and a local chef can prepare any catch. We do ask to be kept informed of what is caught.

  • What’s the nearest train station?

    Dunblane train station is a 20 minute drive from Teith Castle.

  • Where is the nearest airport?

    The closest international airport is Edinburgh International which is approximately 50 minutes' drive away.

  • Is there parking available at Teith Castle?

    Yes. There is ample parking for up to 10+ cars within the castle grounds.

  • Are pets allowed?

    Yes, we do allow well behaved pets with prior arrangement in the basement area only. An outside kennel is available at the property. There is a cost of £30 per dog per night. A fine of £500 will be implemented for dogs in the main area and the upstairs of the property.

  • What time can I check in and out of Teith Castle?

    Arrival time is 4pm onwards with a departure time of 10am. Later departure time can be arranged on request (at additional charge).

  • Are there good local places to eat and drink?

    Yes, although most guests opt to eat at the Castle, there are lots of wonderful places to eat in nearby Callander:


    Roman Camp Hotel

    This 17th century former hunting lodge on the river with its peacocks, turrets and blazing fires offers a cross between Downton Abbey and Cluedo – a dramatic backdrop for an indulgent grand afternoon tea (pre-booking required). 


    The Lade Inn

    If you are looking for hearty Scottish locally sourced produce with exclusive house real ales all served in a friendly, traditional pub then The Lade Inn is for you.  Situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Scotland; in the Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park.


    Mhor Fish

    Mhor Fish is a sit-down and takeaway chippy with a difference. We serve acclaimed fish suppers using the best Scottish produce, plus a few tasty alternatives, including fish chowder, handmade Scottish beef burgers, Loch Creran oysters, Isle of Lewis mussels, and puds, too. You’re welcome to accompany your meal with a traditional cuppa, but we also serve wines and beers.


    Mhor Bread

    On Main Street by the Meadows combines a signature craft bakery with a quirky café. Its display is art itself: glossy spiced tea breads nestle against sourdough pyramids; melon-sized meringues and countless ‘dainties’ jostle for space with more hearty oatcakes and bannocks.

  • Can I arrange daily house-keeping?

    Yes, house-keeping is available during your stay charged at £25 per hour.

  • Can I self-cater at Teith Castle?

    Yes, you can self-cater or we can offer a local chef service. Please see our sample menus for details.

  • How do I book?

    You can book online or by calling our friendly team on 01242 352 747.  When booking, we ask for a deposit of 1/3 of the total price, with the balance payable 3 months prior to your stay.

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