The Sherbrooke Castle Hotel is an impressive bravura building nestled on the south side of Glasgow.
Built in 1896 as a Victorian family home, this mansion-turned-hotel became a hotel just before World War II when it was commissioned by the Royal Navy to be used as a radar training center for Naval Officers.
Once the war was over, it returned to hotel status in 1945. Today it offers luxury bedrooms, a bar, restaurant, and conference facilities making it an ideal destination for business, leisure, as well as a favorite wedding venue.
The Sherbrooke Castle Hotel features an unusual setup with its 18 rooms arranged around three sides of a large hall and staircase in the main castle. The rooms in the castle vary and include standard rooms, executive rooms, junior suites, and one very special tower suite.
All accommodations are furnished with quality wooden furniture and feature spacious well-lit bathrooms. Additional accommodations are also available in their annex and garden suites.
While the Sherbrooke Castle Hotel offers an elegant historical feel to your stay, it features updated amenities including free WiFi in all rooms and public areas of the hotel and free parking on site.
They also offer facilities for disabled guests, have laundry facilities on site, a garden, and terrace. It really is a brilliantly lovely setting.
Sherbrooke Castle Hotel Restaurant
Another convenience guests enjoy is Sherbrooke Castle Hotel’s restaurant where their award-winning head chef creates a truly special dining experience with a contemporary twist, which holds true to the whole Sherbrooke experience.
Here guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as afternoon tea served each day from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The hotel also features a 24 hour lounge for guests where refreshments include a range of draught and bottled beers and wines from around the globe as well a selection of whiskies. Those looking for something lighter to eat will find a varied menu of delicious choices with specials that change each day.
The Sherbrook is a Scottish castle located in a residential area on the outskirts of Glasgow city, where it has earned a reputation as a peaceful, romantic retreat.