Named Dun Dunbar, the snowy countryside, cosy township and that spectacular castle had our eyeballs well and truly content throughout.
Naturally, we got to wondering if such a place actually exists in real life. Here, we deep dive into where the movie was actually filmed.
Where was A Castle For Christmas filmed?
We're happy to confirm that the new Netflix film was filmed in Scotland, and yes, the castle is a real place (or places, to be precise).
Per The Cinemaholic, the castle scenes were filmed across two locations, one being an estate named Dalmeny House, a gothic revival mansion located in in South Queensferry.
"The mansion was designed by the famed English architect William Wilkins and was completed in 1817," the publication reported.
The second set was at Tantallon Castle, a 14th century "fortress" in East Lothian (a town that borders Edinburgh).
There was one thing in the film that wasn't quite as real—the snow was fake!
The movie wasn't filmed during winter, so producers had to get creative by making the setting look Christmassy. We reckon they nailed it.
You can watch A Castle For Christmas on Netflix here.