Celtic Connections: Kinross House

Steeped in history and grandeur, this five-star mansion and its fabulous estate on the banks of Loch Leven provides one of Scotland’s finest and most beautiful destinations.

The intimate setting of Kinross House offers an unparalleled gourmet experience, catering for guests individually, depending on their every need. It has 14 uniquely designed en suite bedrooms and is ideally suited to host gatherings, parties and meetings for up to 28 guests. Small, elegant dinner parties can be held in the dining room for up to 34, while banquets for up to 90 can be staged in the Grand Salon.

The Coach House on Kinross House Estate was built in 1680 and actually pre-dates Kinross House. Extensive refurbishment of this historic stables courtyard was completed in 2015. The Coach House comprises a baronial dining hall for up to 60 guests, a tartan library bar, picturesque courtyard garden, walled kitchen garden and a further 10 bedrooms for up to 20 guests. It also offers a boutique day spa complete with treatment rooms, hydrotherapy pool, sauna and relaxation areas for guests to enjoy.

Kinross House can create bespoke itineraries with daytime activities both on and offsite. These include helicopter rides, cultural trips, fishing and boating, cycling, walking, clay pigeon shooting, archery, croquet, falconry displays, chocolate tasting, Highland games, golf, shooting and stalking parties. During the evening, spectacular entertainment can be arranged such as bands, magicians, whisky or gin tastings, pipe bands, Highland dancers, casino and murder mystery nights.


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