At the Castle

Here at the Buittle Castle we are fortunate to be the host to many interesting things. Look below to find out what you can see and do during your visit

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Tea Room

A delightful tea room in the old kitchen featuring specialty teas, sweets, and light luncheons. Tour & Afternoon Teas, including a detailed guided tours of the Castle interiors and grounds are available Wed-Sun at 3PM

Wed - Sun

11 AM - 4PM

Tours must be pre-booked.

Buittle Craft Guild

The Buittle Craft Guild specialises in promoting traditional heritage craft. We were founded by a partnership between the Guild of St. Alban and the Kirkcudbright Working Print Studio, and are comprised of several local artists and craftsmen. The Guild operates a letterpress printing studio, and offers courses in many forms of relief printing, bookbinding, calligraphy and illumination, and other crafts.

Guild shop and Printing Office Opening Hours:

Tues - Sat

11:00AM to 4PM

Many products featured on the Dowry Workshop's website

Chapel of Our Lady of Walsingham

The Chapel of Our Lady of Walsingham is a pre-reformation style chapel with an interesting recusant history. It serves today as a Western Rite Orthodox Church, and regularly holds services according to the ancient Use of Sarum. The Nave and Choir of the Chapel are also available to hire for appropriate events and weddings. For more information, please contact us!

Service schedules and information about the Orthodox Parish and Abbey who make regular use of the Church, please visit:

www.botelabbey.org​

The Chapel of Our Lady of Walsingham is a pre-reformation style chapel with an interesting recusant history. It serves today as a Western Rite Orthodox Church, and regularly holds services according to the ancient Use of Sarum. The Nave and Choir of the Chapel are also available to hire for appropriate events and weddings. For more information, please contact us!

Service schedules and information about the Orthodox Parish and Abbey who make regular use of the Church, please visit:

www.metbritain.org

16th Century Great Hall

The newly restored 16th -17th Century Great Hall is a beautiful space which can accommodate up to 150 people. Opening onto the magnificent courtyard, it serves as a lovely venue for all manner of events, from concerts and banquets, to drinks parties and weddings.