Aldourie is a small village which is situated on the east shore of the famous Lake Loch Ness in higher Scotland. The castle which has the same name as the village is situated on Strath Dores, between the southern shores of the lake and the steep sides of the Glen leading onto Drumashie Moor. A medieval castle which features hidden doors, old family portraits and vast fireplaces. It represents the Scottish history and style in both its interior and external characteristics.
The combination of the lake and castle is breathtaking and is represting the Scottish Highlands and style in a perfect way.
History of Aldourie Castle
The castle is built in the Scottish Baronial style. Originally, in the 17th Century, it was serving as mansion house (laird' house) and has been extended with an arts and craft wing in 1903. The estate belonged to the same family but was sold in 2004. The castle is one of the most beautiful private hire properties in Scotland. In the recent years it has been taken under restoration. Since its detailed restoration the Castle has welcomed luxury holiday guests, family groups, couples, weddings and other type of celebrations to experience its wonderful calming ambience.