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Gilmerton House, Dunbar, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Gilmerton House
Dunbar
Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Gilmerton House is a magnificent Georgian Mansion surrounded by a 1,000 acre estate and 100 acres of woodland and walks. The Kinloch family have lived in the house for twelve generations and Sir David and Lady Maureen Kinloch and their team are on hand to ensure you experience the most from your stay.

The house sleeps up to 18 in 7 double and two twin bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. There are two drawing rooms, one opening out onto the gardens and the 2nd, on the first floor, overlooking the parkland, ideal for pre dinner drinks.

Gilmerton House can cater for up to 20 for dinner in the main dining room, 40 in the music room and up to 150 for drinks and is available to let fully staffed for corporate and private house parties, conferences and meetings.

Sleeps up to 18
40 minutes from Edinburgh
11 first class golf courses nearby

LTR offer access to some of the finest private castles, including Gilmerton House, and other properties in Scotland and beyond

Details

Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Historic House
Nearest Major Town: Dunbar
Distance: 6 miles
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