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About the venue
Swallow Stonefield Castle is situated on the shores of Loch Fyne, two miles north of the picturesque fishing village of Tarbert on the Kintyre peninsula.
Built in 1837, the castle is an outstanding example of Scottish Baronial architecture and has retained many of its original furnishings. Stonefield Castle nestles within 60 acres of enchanting woodland gardens offering you a chance to explore leisurely trails through some of the finest Himalayan Rhododendrons and other exotic shrubs. The stunning scenery and ambience of Stonefield Castle ensures the perfect location for special functions. With a variety of function space available from our restaurant to our Library and Drawing room, Stonefield Castle can cater for your event, large or small with the magnificent grounds offering the perfect backdrop for those special photographs. Stonefield Castle is the perfect venue for your business meeting or conference with a maximum capacity to accommodate 100 delegates theatre style. With plenty of natural light and suitable for up to 40 delegates theatre style, the Drawing room offers is the perfect location for the more intimate meeting. With three rooms located on the ground floor, all with natural daylight, Stonefield Castle offers you am impressive venue for your next training workshop with plenty of space to breakout into smaller groups as necessary. The beauty and tranquility of the setting is sure to inspire your delegates or colleagues with the grounds offering you any suitable location for outdoor or team-building activities you desire. Dine in the award winning restaurant which offers stunning views over the gardens and Loch Fyne and serves superb cuisine created from the best of local produce and an excellent selection of fine wines. In addition to a range of nearby sporting facilities, including horse-riding, clay pigeon shooting and golf, Stonefield is also a perfect base for exploring a truly beautiful area, with the islands of Gigha, Islay and Arran just a short trip away.
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