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Lennoxlove, Haddington, Edinburgh and the Lothians

Edinburgh and the Lothians

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Lennoxlove House, dating from the 14th century and home of the Duke of Hamilton is set in 460 acres. Located in East Lothian just 20 miles east of Edinburgh, accommodation in the House is available on an exclusive basis for between 6 and 22 guests.

The House can be hired for social, corporate events and weddings for up to 72 guests between November and March and for up to 200 in the house and or/marquee between April and October. We pride ourselves on our cuisine and include local produce wherever possible. Our facilities are perfect for small executive meetings and team building days. Activities such as falconry, highland games and clay pigeon shooting can be arranged in the grounds.

We have 11 luxury bedrooms: 2 suites each comprising two bedrooms with one bathroom and lounge; 6 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and one bedroom with a historic four poster bed with bathroom adjacent.

The House extensive collection of artefacts and paintings including Mary Queen of Scots‚ death mask. The House is open to the public for guided tours on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 1pm to 4.30 pm April to October. Group tours are available outside these times by prior arrangement.


Months Open: Easter-October
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: £4.25
Catering: Café

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