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Chambres bien aménagées

Sur cette page, nous avons le plaisir de vous donner un avant-goût des différentes chambres dont nous disposons au Château. 

Nos chambres d'hôtes

Situées sur le flanc Est de la Cour du Château, chacune ayant sa propre entrée, ces chambres sont disponibles pour des nuitées ou dans le cadre d'une réservation à usage exclusif.

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La salle des Munches

Décorée dans le style Robert Adam en hommage à l'ancienne maison Munches qui, à partir de 1746 environ, est devenue la « grande maison » du domaine, cette chambre offre une retraite élégante et tranquille.

La salle Lady Maxwell

Decorated in the Arts and Crafts style of William Morris, and named after Lady Maxwell who was a pioneer in the National Trust's building conservation and an ardent patroness of the Arts & Crafts movement, this lovely room, situated in the former Porter's room at the corner of the Courtyard, provides a wonderfully cozy and unique experience.


Exclusive Use Rooms

Further rooms at the Castle are available on an exclusive use basis or by prior arrangement - either for a group stay, or in connection with a private event. Please contact us about hiring any of these rooms for an event or stay.

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The Baron's Bedchamber

On the second floor of the main tower, this Master Bedroom is eclectically warm and mysterious. Long the 'master bedroom' of the Castle, the Baron's Bedchamber is often favoured by wedding guests as the bedroom taken by the bride and groom.

The Mary, Queen of Scots Room

Mary, during her progresses through her kingdom, made two visits to Buittle. It as said that this bedroom, being, effectively, the only en-suite (it had a garderobe) was the room which was given to her during her stays. 


The Baron's Chamber

One of the Castle's main reception rooms, the Baron's Chamber, in times past, served as a private sitting room for the Baron, his family, and their personal guests, away from the noise of the public Great Hall.

The Entrance Hall

The Entrance Hall is the first room private guests would have come to. Today it serves as a multi-purpose room with seating areas for dining or reading. We had no information about how this room was historically decorated, and, having something of a free hand, the decision was taken to decorate this room in the Georgian Gothic Revival, or Strawberry Hill Gothic style, which is particularly favoured by James, the current Baron. 


The Great Hall

Interestingly, the Great Hall at Buittle started out life as a Chapel - a replacement to the original Chapel of Ease built by Lady Devorguilla. During the reformation the chapel was dismantled and the room lengthened to serve as a new Great (or Laigh) Hall. It has been restored and redecorated with a nod to its ecclesiastical past, and, today, serves much the same purose - a public space where events are held, feasts put on, and ceremonies enacted. B&B guests will have a chance to see this impressive room during breakfasts at the castle.

The Chapel

The Chapel at Buittle, in full The Orthodox National Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham, Undercroft, is the place where, through a small secret entrance to a diminutive room at the back of the current vaulted chamber, our forebears kept the Catholic Faith during times of persecution. Today, the whole of this room is used as the Castle's house chapel. It is a functioning Orthodox Shrine in the Western Rite tradition, and is regularly open to the public for private prayer and scheduled services. The chapel is available on a limited basis due to its function as a working church, so please contact us about the use of this space.

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