Steeped in history and grandeur, Kinross House and its fabulous country estate setting provide one of Scotland’s finest exclusive use wedding destinations.
The estate comprises over 100 acres of formal gardens woodland, and also extends to their very own Loch Leven Castle Island where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in the 16th century. The estate looks out over picturesque Loch Leven, the largest loch in the Scottish lowlands, yet is only 40 minutes north of Edinburgh.
Kinross House has a magnificent history, a stately country home designed by the famous architect Sir William Bruce in 1685 and considered to be his greatest masterpiece.
The moment you step into Kinross House you will be struck by the many original features. The fabulous formal reception rooms are linked to create a seamless space for lavish entertainment. All rooms boast stunning views of the beautiful gardens, Loch Leven national nature reserve and to the hills beyond.
This extraordinary country estate is perfectly suited to host your special day. The house itself can accommodate weddings for up to 60 guests. The spectacular formal gardens of the estate also provide many areas suitable for wonderful marquee weddings for up to 350.
The estate offers up to 24 double bedrooms, with Kinross House offering 14 bedrooms and the charming Coach House if required a further 10 bedrooms. The Coach House also offers a small and intimate boutique day spa complete with treatment rooms, hydrotherapy pool, sauna and relaxation areas for guest to enjoy.
The estate and surrounding area offer many wonderful leisure pursuits, with Edinburgh and St Andrews within easy drive time for sightseeing and culture.
The house is fully accessible once in the house itself, with a lift and a disabled access friendly bedroom. Due to the historic nature of the house, there is however a flight of steps up to the main entrance which unfortunately are not accessible with a wheelchair.