Hafton Castle

Welcome to Hafton Castle

Quick Summary:

  • 19 bedrooms all with en-suite shower – (9 double-bedded,  5 twin-bedded, 1 single, 3 double-bedded rooms with additional beds and 1 double-bedded room with 2 additional beds
  • Sleeps up to a maximum of 42 people, including children and babies minimum length of stay 2 nights
  • Special rates for smaller groups on application

“my brother held his wedding at Hafton Castle and people came from all over the world. The location is excellent. Walk out the front door to a beautiful view of Holy Loch. It was a treat for me to stay in such a historic landmark with high ceilings painted and sculpted brilliantly”

“It was great! All my guests had a lovely time. It surpassed all our expectations.”

Hafton Castle is a magnificent Scottish building with views across Holy Loch, set in delightful gardens. The scottish castle also boasts a large indoor heated swimming pool.

The Castle is a superb house with its wonderful indoor pool, billiard room, library, dining room, superb reception hall, small drawing room, opening onto large drawing room with a bar area, spacious conservatory and plenty of outdoor space with terrace and gardens, in fact plenty of space for the large number of people it sleeps. The splendid reception hall has plenty of seats, a wood-burner and a grand piano.  The Castle was built by James Hunter, and its architect was David Hamilton who also designed Dunoon Castle. The nineteen bedrooms are comfortable and all have en-suite showers.  The building has some magnificent features, beautiful ceilings, carved doors and a superb staircase. We do not accept dogs.

Hafton Castle is available for exclusive hire.  It is the perfect venue for weddings, reunions, corporate events, birthday parties, all sorts of gatherings. Ideal for art or music holidays, tuition can be arranged for groups  Arrangements can be made with local caterers, or functions can be self catered if preferred.

Hafton Castle is ideally situated on the Cowal Peninsula, the surrounding area is incredibly beautiful and the Castle is very accessible as it can be reached from Glasgow Airport in only 45 minutes by road.  Most guests will arrive via the car ferry operated by Western Ferries from Gourock which crosses the Firth of Clyde, a very romantic and atmospheric start to their stay at Hafton Castle.