Situated at the head of a 6500 acre estate and enjoying magnificent mountain scenery, Dalmunzie Castle is one of those places that once you're there, you never want to leave.
Luckily, the castle offers superb dining, so you don't have to drive for miles to find something to eat. The castle feels particularly proud of the food & beverages that it provides. Having been recommended in the Michelin Guide for the last five years (2007-2013), a high consistency of product can be guaranteed.
With the candles low, unobtrusive service on hand, and wonderful food & wine to enjoy, we hope you’ll enjoy an event meant to be special. Dinner is enjoyed in the expansive dining room, with views over the front lawn in the spring & summer months. Alternatively private dining may be arranged in the James Graham Library.
Whether it’s a hearty breakfast in preparation for a big day, a relaxing lunch between golf rounds, or dressing up for a special dinner, the chefs will provide guests with an experience to remember.
The wine list is constantly under review and offers the discerning guest old favourites and new surprises from premier wine producing regions. All tasting notes have been compiled by the Dalmunzie staff team, offering a ‘personal’ approach. Unlike the majority of wine lists, the descriptions are insightful, pertinent and designed to assist guests match the right wine with dinner. This attention has resulted in Dalmunzie achieving “Notable Wine List” status AA Wine Award 2009-2013. For the whisky enthusiast, the castle also has 100 single malts to choose from.
We strongly advise pre-booking dinner at Dalmunzie Castle as, due to the castle's remote location, there are very limited dining options in the locality. The castle's pre-bookable dinner, bed and breakfast packages are a more cost effective option to purchasing dinner as an add-on during your castle stay.