Initially belonging to the Earl of Orkney, the Glenapp Estate was acquired by James Hunter at around 1870, who hired the renowned Edinburgh architect David Bryce to redesign the castle. Thus, the castle was decorated in the Scottish Baronial style, elegantly combining elements of the Gothic and Renaissance design to create the grandeur and fairytale appearance it has until today. Surrounded by lush landscaped gardens, boasting turrets and towers and an unrivaled atmosphere that transports guests back in time, this castle hotel is one of the most lavish Scottish destinations.
Dogs are more than welcome to join their owners while they stay at Glenapp Castle. There is no extra charge for dogs, but they are allowed only in specific rooms of the hotel. Dogs Stay Free
Mixed-gender nudity and a different worldview are encouraged, but not obligatory. A descent behaviour is the key in the hotel's policy.
A hotel spa like no other in the UK, where swimwear and clothes are not necessary.
As this is a naturist-friendly hotel, meaning that nudity is encouraged, children could not be accommodated here.
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The property has a convenient location, across the beach. It is ideal place for holiday as well as business travelers. Each of the 35 rooms has been renovated and furnished to high standards. Among the facilities are an indoor heated pool, seaside garden, restaurant and a bar.
Τhe oldest documented building in Beaconsfield has been restored to the Crazy Bear hotel. The forty five individually designed rooms and the shared areas of the hotel are decorated in a unique way. Dripping chandeliers, a staircase decorated with foliage painted in 24-carat gold leaf and Persian pony skin on the walls of the bar are only some of the elements that stand out.
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