New Year in a Scottish Castle where the scenery is breath taking, the wildlife enchanting
and the food exquisite, the closest thing to heaven on earth! Relax, unwind and enjoy the
treasures that make Stonefield Castle, with its own island and private moorings, a unique
and highly sought-after destination.
Monday 30th December
A welcoming log fire, mulled wine and shortbread await your arrival at
Stonefield. Join the rest of the in house guests downstairs at 7pm for bubbly
and canapés followed by Chef’s hot buffet dinner in the Loch Fyne Restaurant.
New Year’s Eve
After breakfast why not blow away the cobwebs with a walk in the grounds
or a trek round Barmore Island for the more energetic. A light
lunch of Soup and Sandwiches will be served in the Lounge. Take a wander
next door to Barmore Farm to sample some Clay Pigeon Shooting under the
guidance of Bob McColl and the Mid Argyll Gun Club.
Champagne and Canapés at 7pm followed by a Gala Dinner and
Scottish Ceilidh band. The skirl of the pipes from Major John McGeachy will
help welcome 2020 accompanied by a wee dram of course!
New Year’s Day
Breakfast Brunch from 9am – 12pm. This afternoon why not take part in the Grand
Haggis Hunt. Now a Stonefield tradition and fun for all, apart from the Haggis of
course! Afternoon Tea will be available in the Lounge from 1.30pm. Relax in the
Drawing Room at 5pm for a Whisky Master class and Tasting. This evening Chef will
tantalize your taste buds with a five course Scottish Tasting Menu.
Thursday 2nd January
Enjoy a full Scottish breakfast before making your journey homeward. Bid
farewell to our “Heilan Hame” and haste ye back till we meet again!
Our 3-night break is £525 per guest
(based on 2 sharing a classic double or twin room with a garden view)
*Double Rooms for sole occupancy are available on request
Terms and conditions
Double Rooms for sole occupancy are available on request £100 Deposit per person at time of booking and balance paid by 1st December 2019