Largest stately home in the Northern Highlands

Dunrobin Castle

North Highland Tours From Inverness

Discover the Glorious Dunrobin Castle…

Dunrobin Castle is one of Scotland’s most impressive stately homes and the largest in the northern Highlands.

What to do at Dunrobin Castle?

The castle hosts various events from April to the end of September including falconry and bird of prey flying demonstrations. There is a small tea room where visitors can grab a cup of coffee and a homemade cake, and a gift shop with a choice of local quality crafts and souvenirs.

Getting to Dunrobin Castle

You can drive from Inverness to Dunrobin Castle, following the A9 – this will take you approximately 1 hour 10 minutes. You can also take public transport, however it will take slightly longer. From Inverness take the train to Brora, then from Station Square take the 62 bus to Dunrobin Station. Travelling to Dunrobin Castle via public transport will take you approximately 2 hours 40 minutes. 

Our Available Tours

We visit this glorious castle on not one but two of our tours. On our North Highland Tour from Invergordon and North Highland Tour from Inverness, we spend around 1 hour 30 minutes here, an excellent opportunity to learn more about this gorgeous, historic estate and the Clan Sutherland, for whom this place is the family seat.

So why not tour this magical place with us, visit Dunrobin Castle on our North Highland Tour from Inverness or the North Highland Tour from Invergordon. 

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