Party Venue In The Scottish Highlands - Ackergill Tower

Hire our Scottish castle for a remarkable celebration

Nowhere rises to a private occasion like Ackergill Tower castle hotel.


For more than 600 years, Ackergill Tower has stood majestically above the rugged shoreline at Sinclair Bay on the northernmost tip of Scotland – one of the remotest, most spectacular settings in the entire British Isles. In days gone by the castle would have been no stranger to celebrating victories in battle or throwing spectacular Highland parties as successions of the de Cheyne, Keith and Earl Marshall families lived, dined and entertained here in luxury and style. Today we can throw the doors of our castle open to you for your celebration of a lifetime. From weddings to anniversaries, milestone birthdays to celebratory private dining, or for a unique corporate event, discover what makes Ackergill Tower a venue like no other.  

Exclusive Use

At Ackergill Tower we’ve been throwing magnificent parties that get talked about for over 600 years. From a large gathering in the splendid Ceilidh Hall to a party in the Smuggler’s Inn, let the good times -and the good food - roll.

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Private Dining

Our chefs believe that every meal time should be memorable, exquisitely indulgent, and leave you wanting to come back for more. Look out across the Caithness coastline and enjoy magnificent food and award-winning service in our magnificent Scottish castle.

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Corporate Events

Achieve your goals, plan your strategy, bond with your team, or meet and entertain clients in the inspiring surroundings of Ackergill Tower. We guarantee that the magnificent rooms and surroundings of our Grade A listed Scottish castle for hire will make any corporate event more exciting, impressive and memorable.

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Experience the finest Highland hospitality in a sparkling, historic setting. Beautifully designed bedrooms, crisp linen sheets, and plumped pillows await you.

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