Grounds & Gardens

Kelburn Castle is beautifully situated at the foot of a spectacular glen, 100ft above sea level, half a mile from the sea, overlooking the islands of the Firth of Clyde.

One of Kelburn's most outstanding features is its glen.

In the space of just over half a mile, the Kel Burn, which has helped to form the glen over thousands of years, rises on the moors 800ft above the Castle and drops dramatically by way of  waterfalls and deep gorges to the sea. The glen is a wealth of wild flowers and ferns, shrubs and trees.