The dining room at Dunrobin Castle

Dunrobin Castle is the largest historic home in the northern Highlands with 189 rooms.

Its public rooms include its main staircase, gallery, dining room, music room, breakfast room, drawing room, library, ladies’ sitting room, green and gold room, nursery, night nursery, seamstress’s room, Clan Sutherland room, Duke’s study, military room, Queen’s corridor, footman’s pantry and main tea-room as well as the grounds and museum.

The castle is located at the end of a tree-lined drive, just off the A9 road. The A9 runs from Inverness to Scrabster harbour (Thurso), on the north coast of Scotland.

The castle faces the coastline and sea to the south, overlooking the castle gardens where falconry displays are held.

  • Created by:
    Scothighlands
  • Uploaded on:
    2019-10-17
  • Tags:
    Castles
  • Locations:
    Golspie , Sutherland