Fernie Castle is in a superb location for anyone visiting Scotland, situated next to the A92 which is the main road from Edinburgh to Dundee. This is a 670 years old Castle with all the character of the past, with all the elegance, stories and comforts today’s visitors expect.
The view of the Castle is first glimpsed through the wooded drive as one approaches. Situated in 17 acres of woodlands with its own lochan, there is ample parking and places to stroll. Once inside you will be greeted with a cheery open fire and a warm Scottish welcome.
Six Reasons to Fall in Love with Fernie
The only castle in Scotland that originated in 1353 - a style precipitated by 670 years of time, with 670 years of exciting and varied stories - is the most fascinating part of Fernie.
A 17-acre manor with native wildness - a forest and lake undisturbed by cities and modern civilization, where plants and animals thrive and coexist in harmony.
Keep Bar, dating back to 1530 - A 490 year old bar is rare. Based on this long history, we tell our guests legends in the aroma of malt.
The turret, private lake, and ancient igloo are located on 17 acres of woodland - ancient and mysterious, representing stunning images of aristocratic life in the past, waiting for guests to visit.
The tree house perched on six tall sycamore trees - we have never seen such a natural building, a deer hunter's house.
Autumn's red leaves - architectural ivy, covered with red leaves around the ancient castle. It is one of the most spectacular sights in Fernie.