Dalhousie Castle Hotel is steeped in a wealth of history - indeed Queen Victoria and Sir Walter Scott have payed visits. The friendly atmosphere of Dalhousie Castle is created by the very special relationship between the staff, management and guests. With the timeless style of the castle, every stay will be memorable, and many guests return year after year.
Unfortunately the castle has yet to finalise their New Year package. However I have enclosed a copy of last year's package to give you a flavour of what is offered.
TWO NIGHT HOGMANAY BREAK
The New Year's Eve celebrations begin with an opportunity to enjoy clay pigeon shooting before a light lunch in the castle. From 2pm the castle have a cocktail masterclass or ceilidh dancing lessons available; choose one or do both, and master a new skill(!) before enjoying a delicious dinner. Welcome the "bells" with the castle's ceilidh band.
The 'Hogmanay Dinner Dance' will begin at 7pm with a drinks' reception, running right through to the wee small hours, before taking part in the Scottish tradition of first footing.
New Year's Day
New Year's Day starts with a lazy brunch, then enjoy the castle's 'Owls, Myths and Legends' display and learn to play the pipes, followed by afternoon tea.
Your deduction skills are put to the test with a murder mystery buffet dinner in the evening.
Tariff (based on 2 adults sharing for the two night package)
Castle Rock/Lodge Double - £950 per room
Castle Double - £950 per room
Themed Double - £1000 per room
Themed Four Poster - £1050 per room
Executive Themed Suite(Louis XIV) - £1100 per room
Themed Suite - £1175 per room
Why not extend your break?
Additional nights are available at the castle and offered at:
Castle Rock/Lodge Double -£150 per room
Castle Double - £150 per room
Themed Double - £175 per room
Themed Four Poster - £200 per room
Executive Themed Suite(Louis XIV) - £225 per room
Themed Suite - £250 per room
Rates quoted are offered on a per room per night basis for bed and breakfast accommodation.