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Castle Campbell

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kjf_x wrote a review Oct 2020
Carnoustie, United Kingdom1,071 contributions83 helpful votes
The castle has lovely views stretching across the hills behind it. The castle itself is currently closed but there is a car park and you can have a walk up to it and enjoy the scenery. Paths are slippy this time of year and the car park is located up a very narrow road so can be a bit of a nightmare if you meet someone on it going up or down (it is also very steep)
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Em M wrote a review Feb 2020
Burgess Hill, United Kingdom37 contributions8 helpful votes
From the moment we stepped foot into the castle grounds we were greeted y such a lovely friendly member of staff. The castle itself is great and although a lot is no longer standing what is left is great. The rooms, the original staircase, costumes to try on and a great kids quiz to complete. We were here about 2 hours. The views are amazing and picnic facilities indoor and out. So pleased we visited then we went for a stroll down the Campbell Glenn. Stunning! And all dog friendly Afterwards we went to a local tea rooms Perfect
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Date of experience: February 2020
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BabzJC wrote a review Feb 2020
Lowestoft, United Kingdom56 contributions17 helpful votes
Enjoyed a magical snowy visit to this castle, almost had it to ourselves. The staff member in the shop was fantastic, really friendly and knowledgeable and keen to tell us where things were and what their significance was, what we might want to see and so on. We asked about trails in the hills around the castle as well and he was able to show us a map and tell us about viewing platforms. Just a short walk up from the castle there are awe-inspiring views of the Ochil Hills and the castle itself. This castle is lesser known than Urquhart Castlem Edinburgh Castle and so on but that's the beauty of it - it's a hidden gem that I'll definitely return to.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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RBP wrote a review Dec 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom14 contributions
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A wonderful, fascinating, picturesque piece of history, set amongst stunning landscape. Staff very helpful, small shop with drinks at admission kiosk. Toilet. Walk up hill behind castle much more challenging than may appear, but view from top worth effort!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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GlasgowWinenut wrote a review Dec 2019
Glasgow1,862 contributions172 helpful votes
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Went here on St Andrews day 700 people had booked for the weekend. Nice to get into it when it was closed for the season and we piacked a stunning day cold but sunny. Car park is awful not enough space so park at the picnic site just before it and walk up. The castle was fab to go around very interesting with lots of info boards.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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