Built in 1837, Stonefield Castle is a fine example of Scottish baronial architecture and still retains much of its original furnishings, wood panelling, ornate ceilings and marble fireplaces.
Beyond its interior splendor, the castle is set in 60 acres of woodland gardens, lapped by the shores of Loch Fyne. It is based just two miles from the idyllic fishing village of Tarbert, one of the most attractive villages on the Mull of Kintyre peninsula.
Based in Argyll on the Mull of Kintyre Peninsula, Stonefield Castle is just two miles from the beautiful fishing village of Tarbert. The castle grounds lead down to the shores of Loch Fyne, where guests can try their hand at sea and fly-fishing.
The hotel has 32 individually and tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms, with views over the gardens and Loch Fyne.
Stonefield Castle’s AA Rosette award-winning restaurant provides guests with the chance to sample the best of all that is Scottish. The restaurant is renowned for its locally sourced beef and seafood.
There is an extensive selection of fine wines to complement the menu.
After dinner, guests can relax in the traditional elegance of the wood panelled bar, complete with its open log fire and selection of local whiskeys before retiring to their bedroom.
With its original architecture and stately features, Stonefield Castle is an ideal venue for a business meeting or conference. The hotel’s AA Rosette restaurant caters for private and corporate functions, including day seminars, working lunches and private dinners for up to 100 delegates. In fact, the hotel’s experienced chefs can create the perfect menu to suit your event and its arrangements.
With its own 60 acres and woodland gardens that lead down to the shores of Loch Fyne, guests of Stonefield Castle can enjoy a wide range of activities, from walks and wildlife spotting, to ferry trips and fishing.
Just two miles away, the pretty village of Tarbert is well worth a visit. As well as fishing boats and yachts, there’s a chance to see the harbour’s visiting pod of dolphins.