After 29 years of work undertaken by the Castle Roy Trust, the Castle is now safe for visitors to wander around and is ready for WEDDINGS and PERFORMANCES in the grounds with utilities on site and a large area flattened for marquees. The Bards Bowl and Panoramic Picnic Point allow for fun and games for the whole family and is proving a popular place for watching sunsets, Aurora Borealis or just the fantastic views down Strathspey.
As part of the Cairngorms National Park Big Nature Weekend, Strathspey Tours spent the day guiding visitors from around the world and telling them of the history of @CastleRoy and getting to know the Guardian of the castle! #Murdo#highlandcow#nethybridge#cairngorms
Don't forget to come along for a guided tour with Strathspey Tours on Fri 13 May. Perhaps you could ring a packed lunch and enjoy it sitting on the Panoramic Picnic Point before going on to the Children's Ceilidh in the afternoon?
Big thanks to Ali West for capturing Murdo in snooze land after a busy open day this weekend, meeting his fans. He recognises our cars so is seldom caught flat out by us, as you can see in the photos of him under his sunshade, l didnt even get into the car park before he was up! I wonder what he dreams about? 🤔🐂 (click on castle photo for flat coo)