Kilbryde Castle, in Central Scotland, has been home to the Campbell family since 1659. There has been a building on the site since about 1460. The building was originally a traditional Scottish Tower House. It is situated on the side of a gorge which the river Ardoch flows through encircling the castle on three sides. It was rebuilt in the 1870's by the present owner's great, great grandfather in the style of the period.
The gardens were created from the 1970's onwards by Sir Colin and Lady Campbell and provide a wonderful backdrop to weddings and other events.
The garden is open twice a year for the benefit of Scotland's Garden Scheme which raises money for charity.
Sir James Campbell and his wife Carola have prepared the castle and gardens as a venue for various events; weddings, dinner and lunch parties and garden based events. They believe in being flexible in their arrangements to suit the needs of their clients.
Please check our website for more details about accommodation: https://www.kilbrydecastle.com/accommodation
How to find us
Kilbryde Castle is ideally situated in Central Scotland, three miles north-west of Dunblane. Stirling and Perth are 15 minutes and 30 minutes away, respectively. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow are under an hour away, by car or by train.
If approaching by car from the south, follow the A9 for one mile after the Keir roundabout north of Bridge of Allan, joining the A820. Follow the A820 west for 500 yards and turn right at the sign for Kilbryde. Follow the road for 2 miles.
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