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Please note: Castle Levan are currently only accepting bookings until the end of August 2015. Please see our Scottish Castle Hotels page for alternative Scottish castles that are available after this date.

At first sight, Castle Levan, overlooking the banks of the River Clyde, appears to be a romantic 16th century tower-house built on a typical Scottish L-plan; however, all is not how it seems. The present structure of Castle Levan started as a massive 14th century tower that was later extended in the 15th century by abutting an additional tower.

The castle is an exceptional family home of immense historical significance dominating an enviable setting with broad panoramic aspects over the Firth of Clyde, viewing to Dunoon, Holy Loch, Loch Long, Ben Lomond and the Trossach mountain range.

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The owners make a special effort to provide exactly what their guests want and so prices will vary according to your particular requirements. As a guide the castle's typical tariffs start from £55 per person per night including a Continental, English or Scottish breakfast and, if you wish, supper can also be prepared for you.

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There is something quite special about a stay at Castle Leven, and that special ingredient is Lydia and Jan. The view is fantastic, the breakfasts to die for, however, Lydia and Jan invite you into their home and create a lasting experience that guests have been commenting on for years.

Lydia and Jan share their most welcoming Scottish castle, with travellers young and old, and love to have children staying at the property.

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