Stonefield Castle is located in Argyll, Scotland. The Scottish baronial mansion house was built in 1837 on the Kintyre peninsula and carries panoramic views of Loch Fyne. Stonefield castle was once the home of the Campbell’s, but an earlier building owned by the McAlisters of Barmore sat on this site. The castle boasts original furnishings, ornate ceilings, marble fireplaces, and wood paneling. The castle sits on the shores of Loch Fyne and includes 60 acres of woodland gardens. The estate includes a viaduct bridge, a stable and coach house, a tower folly, and a mausoleum. The castle serves as a hotel with 36 en-suite rooms, a restaurant, a bar, a library, and an arcade. Guests can fly-fish and enjoy the gardens filled with rare shrubs from Chile and New Zealand and rhododendrons from the Himalayans. The castle was sold in 1948 and has served as a hotel since the 1950’s.