We stayed a Dalmunzie Castle from a recommendation by work college who stayed a few years ago. This was our final stop returning from the west highlands to Aberdeen.
First impression of the building was unfortunately a little tired looking and in need of attention. We stayed in the Stewart room which at first glance felt very grand with it's antique funishings. With closer inspection it is much let down by the peeling wall paper, dated bathroom decor, absence of a shower, shabby peeling bath, and bathroom carpet which had an aroma of stale urine around the toilet. We do not feel this fits in your top tier room.
Reception was around a corner in a small untidy off which was not regulary attended. Staff sparse and it appeared that only one member of staff was 'manning' the reception and serving.
The dinner area was satisfactory. We only ordered the main course and this was charged at £28pp.More