The hotel is situated in Glenshee, Scotland, and overlooks a 6,500 acre estate.
The castle itself dates back to 1510. Bespoke says that the site has a “storied history”, and features baronial style turrets.
Surrounded by “breath-taking mountains, glens and little rivers”, the site features 17 unique bedrooms, all decorated in keeping with the historical nature of the castle. All rooms are “spacious” and feature en-suites and showers.
Situated on the fringes of Cairngorms National Park, the hotel also features its own golf course and tennis courts.
Robin Sheppard, CEO of Bespoke Hotels, said: “We are delighted to have reached an agreement to manage Dalmunzie Castle which will strengthen our growing presence in Scotland.
“It is a property with huge potential, set as it is within glorious Scottish countryside with golf on the doorstep.”
Bespoke Hotels was founded in 2000 by Haydn Fentum and Robin Sheppard.
The company now represents over 200 properties across the world, and stands as the UK’s largest independent hotel group.
It now manages over 9,500 hotel rooms, 8,000 employees and £815m of assets.