The hugely successful TV programme “Downton Abbey” is being shown on Christmas Day this year and will feature the family going to their Scottish Castle for the summer break. The castle being used is Inveraray Castle near Loch Fyne, which was built in 1770, and is the home to the Duke of Argyll. In the late Victorian and Edwardian eras, it was very fashionable for the English to travel up to their Scottish retreats for months on end in the summer. Whilst this tradition is past, going on a Scottish holiday is still very popular.
You too can come and stay at your own castle for the summer. On the other side of Loch Fyne is the Baronial Castle which is on offer on a self-catering basis for up to 13 people, starting at £2,250 per week. Why not contact Scotts Castle Holidays today to live like a lord with a castle holiday in Scotland?