Welcome to Turin. A luxurious, five star, exclusive use Country Castle in the heart of Scotland.
Create your own bespoke event, stay a while and enjoy the golf, whisky and beauty of Scotland or make it official and invite your loved ones for a dream Scottish Wedding in the grounds - the list is endless.
Perfectly located in the heart of Scotland between Edinburgh and Aberdeen, Turin Castle sits in twenty acres of sweeping lawns with a majestic view of the rolling Scottish countryside.
The castle is steeped in history and was built in 1659 but relocated stone by stone from the loch side in 1907 to its current site.
Our ten beautifully appointed bedrooms have views of the gardens and beyond to the Angus Glens. Our recent renovations offer private bathrooms for every bedroom - with each room unique yet blending perfectly with the character of the property.
The Castle is within easy access of Championship golf courses such as Carnoustie (20 mins),
St Andrews - the home of golf (56 mins), Gleneagles (70 mins) Royal Aberdeen (60 mins)
and Trump International (75 mins)
Seasonal fishing and shooting are also available on request.
Long beach walks at the beautiful Lunan Bay Beach are the perfect tonic for the morning after - and its only a short drive from Turin.
A warm Scottish welcome awaits you at Turin Castle.
Accessible Parking Or Drop-off Point
Level access to dining room, cafe or restaurant
Level access to bar
Level access from entrance to reception
Level access to one or more bedrooms
Level access to all public areas
Wet room or level entry shower
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