Stonefield Castle was built in 1837 for Mr Charles Campbell, who - according to legend - inherited the site from the disgraced Constable of Tarbert after the previous building fell into disrepair. Little has changed since the castle was completed - its grand interiors of wood panelling, ornate ceilings and marble fireplaces have been carefully maintained. Many of the original furnishings have also been very well preserved, and blend with the modern conveniences. The castle is also surrounded by acres of private woodland gardens, which include a private island in Loch Fyne. The wild scenery around the loch has remained unspoilt by development of any kind, and very little has changed throughout the splendid landscape.
Set in idyllic, undiscovered surroundings overlooking picturesque Loch Fyne, a 19th century Baronial Castle awaits you on this magnificent tour. Cruise the open waters to the southernmost island of the Inner Hebrides, explore nearby Oban and Inveraray.… see more
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