Comlongon Castle - Scotland


Comlongon is a restored 15th century, medieval Scottish castle. The stronghold was built in the early 1400s by the Murray family, to guard against approaches from across the border, and it’s regarded as one of the most impressive strongholds of its age to survive. Its colourful history makes for an atmospheric stay. The Great Hall is adorned in medieval armour and weaponry and many of the bedrooms have four-poster beds. The award-winning, oak-panelled restaurant prides itself on using local produce, with the menu changing daily; you’ll be treated to a sumptuous Scottish banquet.