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Couples, Weddings, Family Gatherings, Destination Stay
Stonefield Castle is a Scottish baronial manor house that is located just outside of the quaint fishing village of Tarbert, which is known to be the gateway to the beautiful Mull of Kintyre peninsula, in Argyll & Bute. The castle is set in 60 acres of picturesque woodland gardens and is surrounded by panoramic views of the Loch Fyne shores. A peaceful Highland retreat, Stonefield Castle oozes with historic charm and still maintains many of its original furnishings, including ornate ceilings and impressive marble fireplaces with roaring log fires to unwind in front of.
Stonefield Castle was built in 1837 on the site of the previous home known as Barmore. Dating back to the early 18th century, Barmore was constructed by the MacAlister family, who previously owned the nearby Tarbert Castle as tenants of the Duke of Argyll. As the castle fell into disrepair, the MacAlister laird was sued by the Duke for neglecting the property and he built Barnore in its stead. The Stonefield Castle you see today was commissioned by the grandson of Lord Stonefield, John Campbell, and was designed by Edinburgh architect William Henry Playfair, who has designed many of Edinburgh’s iconic neoclassical buildings.
You could not pick a more idyllic place to celebrate your wedding than Stonefield castle. Not only will the castle itself provide a beautiful setting but the picturesque woodlands and gardens alongside the surrounding views of Loch Fyne will create a magical environment for your perfect day.
With such sophisticated architectural features, Stonefield Castle is an impressive venue to host a business meeting or conference. The hotel can provide for up to 100 delegates within the AA Rosette restaurant which can offer catering for your corporate functions.
Stonefield Castle restaurant is proud to present the best Scottish food for you to experience. The restaurant offers the finest produce from the land and sea, including beef from local sources and the freshest seafood. You will also find a wide variety of exquisite wines to complement your dish. And, with stunning views across the Loch and beyond, there really isn’t a better location to sample the culinary delights of the area. The hotel also offer an elegant wood panelled bar for a relaxing after dinner tipple. Otherwise you can choose from the lounge or the drawing room where you can sit by the cosy open log fire and enjoy a selection of local whiskys before heading off to bed.
A83, Tarbert PA29 6YJ