Staying in a castle might seem like something out of a fairy tale but, with today’s Big Deal, you won’t need a magic wand; three wishes or even an unusually gifted godmother to make the dream come true.
Take up today’s Big Deal on a stay at Stonefield Castle Hotel, near Tarbert, and you can be the king of the castle without having to worry about all the boring stuff like ogres and witches.
This fantastic deal comes in two versions. You can choose to stay for one or two nights in a standard double or twin room at Stonefield Castle with a full Scottish breakfast in the morning.
On the night of arrival, guests will enjoy a delicious meal in Loch Fyne, the hotel’s AA Rosette restaurant.
Guests have the option to dine from the 3 course set menu or redeem an allowance of £25 per person against dishes from the a la carte menu.
For guests staying two nights, dinner is included in the offer on the first night only.
Set within 60 acres of woodland gardens, Stonefield Castle Hotel was built in 1837 and many of the beautiful Scottish baronial period features have been retained.
Near to the pretty fishing village of Tarbert, the castle stands high on the famous Kintyre peninsula and has spectacular views over Loch Fyne and the gardens.
Each of the 32 rooms is individually decorated and all are ensuite. The hotel offers WiFi.
As part of the Big Deal, guests will dine in the hotel restaurant. The restaurant has been awarded an AA rosette for the high quality of its cooking and locally sourced beef and seafood take pride of place on the menu. The only thing that may distract you from the food is the breath-taking view over the loch.
After dinner, you can choose to relax in the traditional elegance of the wood panelled bar and perhaps enjoy a dram by the blazing log fire.
Previous guests have not been shy about making their views heard on TripAdvisor. This recent, enthusiastic contribution says it all:
‘Wow!!!! We have just returned after spending four nights at this hotel. Our plan was to relax and we were certainly not disappointed. The views of the loch from our bedroom (Room 24) were stunning; the ambience of the hotel extremely calming and the food was amazing. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff who made you feel very welcome. The atmosphere was one of a “big family”. The food was out of this world for both dinner and breakfast. Could not fault my stay at all. Would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone!’