Ashintully Castle





Overlooking the Perthshire hills, Ashintully is first and foremost a working sheep farm. Set in over 3,000 acres of rolling countryside on the southern edge of the Cairngorms National Park, the castle dates back to 1583 when it was built by Colonel David Spalding with the plunder that resulted from his clan’s support of the King of Spain in the Dutch Revolt.


The castle and grounds are rich in history and legend and were the scenes of murder and mayhem in the 16th and 17th centuries. It is also reputed that Robert Roy MacGregor often stopped at Ashintully as a guest of the Spaldings and the 'Rob Roy’ room remains to this day.


The castle is now a family home offering exceptional holiday and sporting lets to those seeking somewhere just a little bit different.


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