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Balmoral Allows Motorhome Stopovers

Balmoral CastleBalmoral welcomes motorhomes!

The Balmoral Estate have told us that there is motorhome parking in the coach park near the visitor centre, and overnight stays are allowed, free of charge, when the castle and grounds are open to the public, this is normally from April to July inclusive. During August, September and October there is a charge for overnight stays – however it is free for the remainder of the year.

Toilets are available near to the visitor Centre which is near the car park.

See our Motorhome Stopovers page for GPS,  map and streetview links

Set amongst the magnificent scenery of Royal Deeside, in the shadows of Lochnagar is the Balmoral Estate which covers  around 50,000 acres. Balmoral Castle has been one of the residences for members of the Royal Family since 1852, when the estate and its original castle were purchased privately by Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria.

Full information on the castle, estate, opening times and admission fees can be found on the Balmoral website: www.balmoralcastle.com Ext Link

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