Just like a storybook castle, this fantastic example of Robert Adam's genius stands dramatically on a cliff with superb views across the sea to the mountains of the Island of Arran. Culzean is in the heart of Burns country, a central base for visiting the poet's haunts. There are also a number of other National Trust for Scotland properties within easy driving distance of the castle.
The Kennedy family are one of Scotland's oldest families and trace their ancestry back to Robert the Bruce. Culzean Castle was their principal seat from 1759; the castle and its landscape reflecting their status and aspirations. Over the centuries, the Kennedys transformed the Medieval tower house, built to protect its inhabitants during dangerous times, into one of the grandest country houses in Ayrshire.
Like a storybook castle, this fantastic example of Robert Adam's genius stands dramatically on a cliff top, with superb views across the Firth of Clyde to the mountains of the Island of Arran. Culzean Castle is located approximately 50 miles south of Glasgow and Glasgow International Airport, 17 miles from Glasgow Prestwick Airport, and 100 miles from Edinburgh. There are railway stations at Ayr and Maybole.
The Eisenhower Apartment has six rooms and sleeps twelve people. All rooms are situated at the very top of the castle.
Just a little taster to whet your appetite:
The apartment is offered on an exclusive-use basis at a rate of £2,900 per night, for bed and breakfast accommodation.
A minimum 2 night stay is required.
Dinner is available; prices are offered on application.