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Our 16th-century 'Z-plan' castle is a unique building with an exciting history: occupied by Cromwell's forces in the 1650s, captured by the Jacobites in 1715, and visited by Bonnie Prince Charlie for two nights during 1746 on his way to Culloden...more
All reviews tea room steeped in history walled garden nooks and crannies worth a visit entrance fee top floor on display family history beautiful building couple of hours cakes bonnie prince charlie tower house death mask clan restoration
A bare bones kind of place but we loved it. You could get a real feel for the structure and life in the place. It was cold and drafts came from everywhere and we felt that this only added to the atmosphere. Top marks also...More
Great wee visit to Castle Menzies. And outstanding to find an Auld Sodjer welcoming American tourists with tales of its history and the side bar story about The Gallant Royal Scots.
Well worth a visit on a cold wet day if in the area -...More
Tried to visit the castle on Saturday afternoon but couldn’t visit as sign outside the main door said closed due to how cold the castle was ! Was a bit disappointed as reviewed the castle a few days before and was looking forward to the...More
My second visit to Castle Menzies. I always find it fascinating and must say the Walled Garden is lovely. The walls are so high and thick! It is still the seat of the Clan Menzies and the history is very interesting. The Strath Tay Valley...More
Always wanted to visit but always visiting out of season. Visiting October castle was open for visitors on a Sunday and was part of a successful day of sightseeing. Really enjoyed exploring this unusual castle. so many little rooms and closets. Had two 12 year...More
Small Scottish Castle with interesting history. Much restored structure but minimal internal change. Good guide notes in each room. Informative 30 minute video to view before starting tour. Tearoom closed during winter months (late October onwards). Well worth a detour.
highly recommend this castle. It is very old and one of the most authentic I have visited. It is in a beautiful position and just is full of energy of the time and authentic presentation. I love this place so much, highly recommend.