Boturich enjoys the amenity of 140 acres of surrounding mature woodland and parkland leading down to Loch Lomond. The lawn is suitable to hold a marquee and this facility can be rented separately. Boturich is less than half an hour from the centre of Glasgow and about 45 minutes from the Trossachs.
Built in 1832, on the site of the previouse castle, Boturich Castle belonged to the Lennox and Buchanan families before the present owners took over. At this time, Sir Walter Scott visited Boturich to research the novel Rob Roy. In 1850, the Octagon Tower, was added and became the principal entrance to the castle.
The Accommodation - for 16 adults plus 2 children - consists at the basement level of a Snooker Room and a separate Games Room with a table tennis table. From the Entrance Hall, steps take you up to a Hallway, where there are sofas and a table, which is a comfortable gathering point. From here further steps lead you into the Octagonal Tower section which houses a Sitting Room, with TV and DVD/Video. remaining at the hallway level, this leads to the Drawing Room, Dining Room (max 20 people), Kitchen and Utility Room.
At the next level, the accommodation consits of a Four Poster double bedroom with en-suite bathroom, Canopy Double room with en-suite bathroom, Small Double or Single bedroom, a Twin bedroom. The corridor then leads into what is known as the "Nanny`s quarters", which houses a Double bedroom and a Children`s bedroom which has bunk beds. There are two further bathromms on this floor. The additonal bedrooms are found at the 2 different levels on the 2nd and 3rd floors of another Turret section and they consist of 2 Twin bedroooms and 1 Double bedroom, which share a bathroom.
Linen and Towels, oil central heating and electricity are all included. Please note that dogs are by arrangement. All bookings are on a self-catering basis with a housekeeper provided for 2 hours daily.
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