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All reviews well worth a visit walled garden national trust second hand bookshop ayrshire coast jewel in the crown grounds are beautiful swan pond guided tour home farm ailsa craig kennedy family firth of clyde lego figures country park scones lovely walk
Upon arrival, we were met by a staff member at the gate. She asked us if we had a certain pass, we said yes, because we did, so she waved us through. Then she runs after us and asks if we have a different pass,...More
I was under the impression that the castle closed at the end of October, not on the last Sunday in October, hence having arrived in the area on the Saturday we didn’t rush to the castle on the Sunday - I wish we had. As...More
We visited at friend's recommendations and were quite impressive with the expansive grounds of this castle. You park a bit away, walk into a main court area where there is a nice gift shop and restaurant. Then you can head out onto the grounds themselves....More
Culzean Castle is well worth a visit because of its stunning position. There are beautiful views of the Firth of Clyde out to Arran and Ailsa Craig. There are also numerous lovely walks you can do in the grounds. The interior of the castle is...More
Went to Culzean on the last day of our Scotland trip. The castle was magnificent. The staff there were very knowledgeable. We enjoyed this place more than all of the many castles we visited during our trip. The gift shop was great. Even better was...More
WE stayed in the Gault room and had a beautiful view of the sea. We could watch the dolphins swim by from our window. We had a fireplace and a large and clean bathroom. Be certain to select a room with an ensuite bathroom as...More
Amazing place - rich with history. We felt privileged to stay here. Fantastic experience overall. World’s largest collection of battle-fired flintlock pistols dating back to pre-American Revolutionary War. Eisenhower stayed here four times - once during his presidency. High tea & ghosts too!
We used the castle as a journey break for a late lunch.
We found parking very easy and visited the Home Farm cafe, which was excellent. Plenty of space for push chairs, good food, brought to the table. Their high chairs ain't the best for...More
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per person, it is not cheap i ve to say If u are not have a Membership of the trust, but worth it. you can spend all Day walking about. you get a map at the gate. take.the castle as well, its good. Don t know the exact... More
per person, it is not cheap i ve to say If u are not have a Membership of the trust, but worth it. you can spend all Day walking about. you get a map at the gate. take.the castle as well, its good. Don t know the exact price, about 8 quit i think p Person. Check the NTS Website.