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Hafton Castle, Dunoon, Argyll

Hafton Castle
Hunter's Quay
Dunoon
Argyll

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Hafton Castle is a magnificent building located in Hunter’s Quay, just outside Dunoon with sea views. The Castle is set in its own delightful gardens and has a large heated indoor swimming pool. (Please note that the rental hire does not include use of the pool – there is an additional charge of £500 per week for this.

Hafton Castle is a superb house with its wonderful indoor pool, and numerous spacious public rooms. There is a large reception hall, dining room, large drawing room with bar area which opens into a small drawing room, library, billiard room, spacious conservatory and lots of outdoor space with a terrace and gardens, in fact plenty of space for the large number of people it sleeps. The splendid reception hall has numerous seats, wood-burner and a grand piano and is the perfect place for a wedding ceremony. The nineteen bedrooms are comfortable and all have en-suite showers.

The Castle was built by James Hunter, and its architect was David Hamilton who also designed Dunoon Castle. The building has some magnificent features, beautiful ceilings, carved doors and a superb staircase.

The castle is available for self catering, an ideal venue for:
*weddings
*house parties
*Family holidays and celebrations
*Anniversaries and birthday parties
*Reunions
*Burns Night Festivities

The castle can be booked for a week, or shorter breaks can be arranged on request.
Both the Castle and its grounds are licensed for civil ceremonies.
'We can recommend local caterers, and musicians from a ceilidh band, pianist, harp and violin duo, piper to a disco.

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