Sorn Castle

Sorn, Ayrshire, KA5 6HR

Sorn Castle in Ayrshire

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At the heart of an 8000 acre privately owned estate, Sorn Castle is a warm and luxurious venue steeped in history and tradition.

Under the ancient walls of the original fourteenth century keep, are the foundation stones that have long supported this wonderful space for gatherings and celebrations.

Available for exclusive hire, weddings, corporate retreats, private parties and sporting pursuits, the stately interior is a wonderful stage for any occasion.

Opening Times

Usually May, Sunday to Friday, noon to 4pm (guided tours only, last tour 3.30pm).


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Group Visits

We welcome group visits and could consider overnight stays with dinner.

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