Accommodation

Recovery in Comfort

Elegant Georgian interiors, comfortable furnishings and stunning views.

Ensuring your comfort is our priority during your residential treatment. We offer a range of room options, including both shared and private accommodations, all offering a high level of comfort. After your initial assessment, a caring member of our nursing team will personally escort you to your room. 

Clean & Spacious Bedrooms

Accommodation and treatment facilities are regularly maintained by our housekeeping and maintenance teams to ensure they are kept to the highest standards. 

Our accommodation consists of a range of single and multiple occupancy rooms as well as two executive rooms which have been renovated and boast stunning views of the Scottish mountains. Our rooms come equipped with modern furnishings, wardrobes, desks, single and double beds, and breathtaking views of our stunning surroundings – all bedrooms in the detoxification centre and in the Castle are en-suite.

Our accommodation options cater to a variety of needs and you can state your preference during the admissions process subject to availability. 

Below you can see some photographs of typical bedrooms at Castle Craig. Please note that not all bedrooms are the same, as Castle Craig is a building dating back to 1790, bedrooms come in a variety of sizes.

Single Occupancy Bedrooms

Multi Occupancy Bedrooms

Executive Bedroom

Recovery Gardens

Patients who are referred to us from Castle Craig Netherlands and some patients who are referred via the NHS will be accommodated at Recovery Gardens, a collection of Victorian cottages and purpose-built accommodation close to the Victorian Walled Garden on the estate.

Countryside Views

Nestled within 50 acres of serene parkland, Castle Craig offers a tranquil environment, the stunning natural surroundings and panoramic views create a peaceful and refreshing atmosphere. This serene backdrop fosters a sense of calm, making it the ideal setting for your journey to recovery, allowing you to focus on healing and self-discovery.

The Role of Sleep in Addiction Treatment

At Castle Craig, we know that quality sleep is a vital part of your recovery. 

During sleep, your body and mind repair and rejuvenate and this is crucial for recovering from the physical and mental toll of addiction. A good night’s sleep helps stabilise mood and reduce emotional turbulence, making it easier to cope with cravings and triggers. Adequate sleep enhances cognitive function, aiding in better decision-making and problem-solving, crucial skills for staying on the path to recovery.

We have worked hard to create a peaceful environment to ensure you get the rest you need to thrive in your recovery. 

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Find out more about Castle Craig’s world-class addiction treatment programme and our extensive facilities.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I have access to my private room?

You will have access to your bedroom all day, however, it’s unlikely you will spend much time there during therapy hours as the treatment schedule is very busy. For more information on what a typical treatment day involves, you can refer to our timetable. 

Can I leave valuable items in my room?

Each patient will have a personal safe in their room to store valuables such as cash, passports and credit cards. Please avoid bringing expensive jewellery or equipment as we are not responsible for damaged or lost valuables.

Please also note that the safe’s are small for valuables, and large items cannot be stored safely. 

Can I have visitors in my room?

We don’t allow visitors to access patient bedrooms. This is for the comfort and privacy of all people staying with us. 

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