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All reviews falconry display dunrobin castle birds of prey formal gardens stuffed animals gift shop gardens are beautiful hunting trophies tea room entry fee own pace answer questions well worth a visit overlooking the sea self guided tour per adult steeped in history
Dunrobin Castle was part of an Odyssey tour in May of 2018. The grounds are beautiful and we saw a falconry exhibit. One of the falcons landed on the head of a woman in our group. Luckily she works with animals and was not at...More
You won't want to miss this castle set atop a hill above the gardens. It's as beautiful on the outside as it is on the inside. The rooms were all tastefully furnished with period pieces. The falconry outside was delightful to witness. I've never before...More
Dunrobin is a must stop on the Northcoast 500, even if it is just to snap the somewhat fairytale-like exterior (put into place in the mid-1800s). Just north of Golspie, Dunrobin is easy to find, with plenty of parking, an impressive façade, a beautifully maintained...More
The style, quality and grounds of Dunrobin must rival any castle in the world. The place is GRAND and immaculately kept. The whole visit experience was excellent, including the restaurant and especially the falconry demonstration. Definitely the best falconry show I have seen - and...More
Admittedly the Castle was closed at end of season, certainly when I was there, but the gardens and views looking down and across the water were spectacular. Worth even in the rain walking all round yet colourful enough too to be interesting. Worthy of a...More
What a beautiful building and grounds. Well worth an afternoon, in good weather, to spend here , explore and enjoy all the things to see and do. The castle dates back to 1275 and has been renovate in the mid 1800s. It is an amazing...More
We had run out of things to do for the day and so had decided to drive north and check off a couple of things on our list for the next day. Halfway through the drive, we see this gorgeous castle emerge from the trees!...More
We arrived at the castle late in the afternoon, passed closing time. While most people would call this poor planning, we did so on purpose after our host told us that the gardens are open past the castle's closing time.
The view, even on a...More
Lots of free parking is available in big car parks but it is worthwhile trying your luck closer to the castle if you have mobility issues as you are able to park in the drive. This, and the portaloos by the front entrance, do spoil...More
Just a thought but do they actually hold wedding there .I do know that on our visit only 18 rooms out of 189 are open to the public , shocked me when I heard that .There is other castles I believe in the North that will hold... More
Just a thought but do they actually hold wedding there .I do know that on our visit only 18 rooms out of 189 are open to the public , shocked me when I heard that .There is other castles I believe in the North that will hold weddings but I can't remember what ones of hand .