The Traitors (US and UK) is filmed in the nineteenth-century Ardross Castle, 25 miles north of Inverness in Scotland. Unfortunately this castle is not an hotel and is available for events, weddings and corporate parties only. Even tho it looks stunning in the summer, check out how stunning the castle look in the winter!

First of all if you haven’t seen “The Traitors”, make sure to catch up with the US and UK version asap. I am currently watching the Australian version (sadly not taking place at this castle but in a creepy looking Asylum style building) the format of the show is also a bit different so I am still unsure if I am enjoying it as much as the other franchises.

If like me when you saw the show you thought to yourself, I think I can move to Scotland. Then look no further. I have selected a couple of places that would fulfill your Scottish lifestyle cravings.

Owning a castle in Scotland would be an absolutely incredible experience. Castles are some of the most iconic and historic structures in Scotland, with a rich cultural heritage dating back centuries. Not only would owning a castle in Scotland provide a unique and awe-inspiring living space, but it would also give you a connection to the country’s fascinating history and traditions. Imagine waking up each morning to the breathtaking views of the Scottish countryside, exploring the castle’s vast and majestic halls, and hosting elaborate dinners in the grand dining room. With its rugged landscapes, rich history, and unique culture, Scotland offers a truly unforgettable experience for those lucky enough to own a castle within its borders.

First this £1.75m 14th Century Castle Hotel, Set in 17 acres with private lochan, 17 en suite bedrooms, Unique Treehouse Suite, Ballroom, bar, dining room and bistro.

You have more money? Then the Brechin Castle may be right for you, for £3m. Brechin Castle occupies a commanding position overlooking its surrounding designed landscape. There are about 40 acres of policies including the renowned walled garden, where, in addition to the Castle there are two gate lodges (West and New) and three further estate houses and cottages. The properties are strategically placed around the grounds without compromising the outlook of the Castle. The River South Esk provides the opportunity to catch salmon and sea trout in the Castle Pool. Throughout the policies there is an exceptional array of specimen trees which enhances the designed landscape surrounding the Castle.

Click Here for full Brechin Castle PDF from Savills

You have less money? At £650 the Kilberry Castle might be just right and bonus points … it comes with its own Victorian pets graveyard, Mausoleum and Chapel! Built in the 15th century, it has undergone everything from a pirate attack, being besieged during the 1643-1645 civil war, to almost being destroyed by a fire, which scientifically, can pretty much guarantee you of a cohabitation with a bunch of ghosts. Sadly you will be the only living one pitching in for renovations. Keep in mind that a dilapidated castle can also a charming summer retreat. Plus look at that stunning water view …

Living in a haunted castle in Scotland would be a thrilling and unnerving experience. Scotland is known for its many castles with ghost stories and legends attached to them, and living in one of these historic buildings would undoubtedly provide a spine-chilling atmosphere. Imagine hearing unexplained noises and footsteps echoing through the corridors at night, feeling cold spots and sudden gusts of wind, and catching glimpses of apparitions out of the corner of your eye. While the idea of living in a haunted castle may seem terrifying to some, for others it would be an opportunity to connect with the history and mystery of Scotland’s past. It would be a unique and unforgettable experience, living in a place where the veil between the living and the dead seems to blur.