Kings Plains Castle
Straight from a scene in the Scottish higlands, this romantic castle commands 2 hectares of landscaped grounds, including a riot of lavender, cascading roses, towering oaks and elms, and crabapple trees. The castle dates back to 1908 and is made from locally quarried stone. Today 12 well-appointed guest rooms are waiting to spoil guests, but not all have ensuites so you need to book early. There’s a tower and battlements begging to be explored, and outside there is bikeriding, country walks and visits to local attractions. A licensed dining room delights with home-cooked feasts served overlooking the garden. Facilities include a tennis court and billiard table. Open Thursday to Sunday only, and weekend packages are available. Bookings are essential.
King Plains Rd; (02) 6733 6808