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Rothesay Castle

334 Reviews

Rothesay Castle

334 Reviews
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David C wrote a review Nov 2019
Dumfries, United Kingdom563 contributions61 helpful votes
On our first full day of a 1 week trip to Bute, based in Rothesay, we had spent a couple of hours driving round in the rain familiarising ourselves with the sights further afield on the island which we would explore more fully on drier days. Back in Rothesay the castle is a
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Harry S wrote a review Nov 2019
St. Andrews, United Kingdom86 contributions15 helpful votes
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A visit we had to do while in Rothesay. 2 min walk from our lunch cafeteria and great to see in the middle of the town centre. Run by historic Scotland so good if you’re members
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Rachel L wrote a review Oct 2019
Swindon, United Kingdom81 contributions9 helpful votes
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We visited Rothesay Castle & really enjoyed it! It is stunning! It has some breathtaking views from the top & my son loved the experience!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Nichole wrote a review Sep 2019
Adelaide, Australia76 contributions5 helpful votes
The staff there are so lovely and helpful. Walking around was very interesting and you learn so much. There is an underground pit prison you can climb down and there also lots of different levels you can walk up to view the whole area. Definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Inspiration812100 wrote a review Sep 2019
9 contributions1 helpful vote
A great visit for kids because just about everything you can see is kid friendly. The castle grounds can be tramped on, the foundations inside the walls can be sat on or jumped from, and the history is just as accessible. And you can even climb down into a small dungeon.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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