The walk up to the castle is lovely, with little waterfalls along the way, the castle itself has amazing views! You could sit it the gardens all day looking at them.
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Recently got annual Historic Scotland membership and this was first place we visited using it. Informative signs and maps showing development of castle and spectacular views from the top of the tower made this a worthwhile visit.
Known also as Castle Doom, this castle has spectacular views back across the Forth Valley. The car park is a good distance from the castle [albeit disabled parking is available at the castle itself], however, the walk to the castle is glorious. There isn't anywhere...More
Not very impressed th car parks was quite a walk away from the castle. Very steep hill to climb, def not one for the disabled person and does not cater for the disabled, w brought our disabled person to look at the castle, however couldn't...More
We visited here today on our way back from Tillicoultry. Never been before so we just followed the signs until we came to a car park, maybe halfway up the hill. The road up from there is very steep and we had no idea how...More
The Campbell Castle in Dollar, originally the Castle Gloom (for glom meaning chasm), is one of those little known gems of a place to visit. The castle is difficult to find, as I suspect the Campbells-of-old planned. Surrounded by two ravines, the Burn of Sorrow...More
Went with son & daughter, but of a walk, so if unsteady on your feet its not ideal to get to. Once there you can enjoy the grounds, small shop with friendly local staff who know about the property and the local area.we went on...More
We have been to Castle Campbell several times. The views are stunning and the children love exploring the castle. It is a bit difficult to get to but it is worth the trip. The staff are always helpful and we always have a good time.
We were lucky with a crisp and frosty but very sunny winter's day to venture up the spectacular glen to this majestic castle. The views are amazing and there is plenty to explore as well both in the castle and the surrounding countryside