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Rosslyn Castle, Roslin
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  • A short walk down from Rosslyn Chapel. A small ruin & a private home. Be careful on the approaching bridge if you have children. It's a serious drop! No warning signs on the open stone bridge! 
  • Our first experience renting a Landmark Trust property and Rosslyn Castle was a fantastic place to stay. Booked again for next year and we cant wait 
  • Sorry to say but not much left of the castle. It is only accessible by foot from Rosslyn Chapel. The walk is about 1/4 mile with a couple of minor hills.....easy walk. Don't miss going down and around...  more »
  • Roslin Country Park is a great location to take the kids out for a walk. It has a river, a valley, a castle and the famous chapel. Be aware that the castle has some low walls with a big drop to the ground below so please supervise the kids.
  • A bit like a really tasty cake after diet. Not much left! I was expecting more but it's still a beautiful area with great views and nice walkways. Worth it just first the walks but not much left unfortunately.
  • If you visit Rosslyn Chapel, it's worth the five minute walk down the hill to this ruined castle. There's not a great deal of it left, but the area is very scenic, and it's nice to get away from the Chapel crowds!
  • Very beutiful! It's worth a visit!!!
  • A very pretty part of the world and well worth a walk around, the bridge to the castle is the most impressive part left.