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Throughout history, there have been well over two thousand castles built in Scotland (quite a lot for our wee patch of land) each more steeped in beauty and legend than the last!

Our Private Castle Tours offer you a chance to experience Scotland’s world-famous castles in comfort and class, with a personal guide and driver to help you explore the tales and significant sites along the way. 

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With so many spell-binding castles scattered across Scotland, it can feel overwhelming when you start to organize your tour. 

But fear not! With Braw’s Private Castle Tours, you can customize your own itinerary from start to finish with help from our expert guides; allowing you the chance to experience all your favorite castles and even discover some hidden gems along the way. All you need to do is decide how many days you’d like to spend!  

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All our castle tours are completely customizable and tailor-made to suit you and your group’s needs and wants. Our tour experts can make recommendations and help you plan each and every step of your castle tour experience while transporting you safely in the comfort of our luxury vehicles.

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Inveraray Castle

Inveraray Castle

Inveraray Castle: a country house near Inveraray in the county of Argyll, in western Scotland, on the shore of Loch Fyne, Scotland’s longest sea loch. It has been the seat of the Duke of Argyll, chief of Clan Campbell, since the 17th century.


Edinburgh Castle

Proudly overlooking the nation’s capital city, Edinburgh Castle is one of the oldest, attractive, and interesting fortified places in Europe. Alongside hosting the Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Destiny, each section of the Castle has an exciting tale to tell, whether that’s as a Royal residence, military garrison, or more ominously, as a prison and fortress. 

Dunnottar Castle

Dunnottar Castle

William Wallace, Mary Queen of Scots, the Marquis of Montrose, and the future King Charles II have graced the Castle with their presence.

Most famously though, it was at Dunnottar Castle that a small garrison held out against the might of Cromwell’s army for eight months and saved the Scottish Crown Jewels, the ‘Honours of Scotland’, from destruction.


Balmoral Castle

Amongst the magnificent scenery of Royal Deeside and Balmoral Estate is located about midway between the villages of Braemar and Ballater. It is easy to understand why it became a favorite holiday retreat of the Royal family. Purchased by Prince Albert in 1852 for Queen Victoria, the Estate has been the Scottish holiday home of the Royal Family ever since.

The Castle itself has an interesting story, as it is not the original building that Prince Albert bought. It was decided that the old building was not adequate for the Royal Family’s needs so another one was built on the grounds nearby. The process took 4 years, and the new Castle was completed in 1856. The old building was demolished and a commemorative stone on the grounds of the estate marks the location of its front door.

Glamis Castle

Glamis Castle

Glamis Castle is a living, breathing monument to Scottish heritage, hospitality, and enjoyment for all. The family home of the Earls of Strathmore and Kinghorne, Glamis Castle is the legendary setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth, the childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, and the birthplace of Princess Margaret.

As soon as you enter the Queen Mother Gates at Glamis and see the Castle’s turrets and towers nestled at the end of the mile-long drive, you can’t fail to be impressed by its majesty.

Eilean donan Castle

Eilean Donan Castle

The famous Eilean Donan: a small tidal island where three sea lochs meet, Loch Duich, Loch Long, and Loch Alsh, in the western Highlands of Scotland. A picturesque castle that frequently appears in photographs, film, and television dominates the island, which lies about 1 kilometer (0.62 mi) from the village of Dornie. Since the castle’s restoration in the early 20th century, a footbridge has connected the island to the mainland.

The castle was founded in the thirteenth century and became a stronghold of the Clan Mackenzie and their allies the Clan Macrae. In the early eighteenth century, the Mackenzies’ involvement in the Jacobite rebellions led in 1719 to the castle’s destruction by government ships. Lieutenant-Colonel John Macrae-Gilstrap’s twentieth-century reconstruction of the ruins produced the present buildings.

Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s most historically important sites which was once a favored residence of the Stewart kings and queens who held grand celebrations at the castle. 

In its grandeur with its superb sculptures and beautiful gardens. You can meet the costumed characters in the roles of bodyguards, court officials, maids of honor, and servants who will welcome you into 16th-century life. If you want you can also dress in a period costume and play medieval instruments. 

Other highlights include the Great Hall, Chapel Royal, Castle Exhibition, Regimental Museum, Great Kitchens, Tapestry Studio, and the nearby Argyll’s Lodging, a 17th-century townhouse.

Dubrobin - 10 Day Tour

Dunrobin Castle & Gardens

Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly of Scotland’s great houses and the largest in the Northern Highlands with 189 rooms and is also one of Britain’s oldest continuously inhabited houses dating back to the early 1300s, home to the Earls and later, the Dukes of Sutherland.

The Castle, which resembles a French chateâu with its towering conical spires, has seen the architectural influences of Sir Charles Barry, who designed London’s Houses of Parliament, and Scotland’s own Sir Robert Lorimer. The Castle was used as a naval hospital during the First World War and as a boys’ boarding school from 1965 to 1972.