Carlowrie Castle 7 Bedrooms plus deluxe 2 bedroom private apartment From £25,000 week
Just ten minutes from Edinburgh Airport and just outside from Edinburgh itself, Carlowrie Castle is a 19th Century mansion house set within thirty two acres of manicured parkland, formal lawns, private grounds and gardens. Completely renovated with contemporary room interiors and opulent furnishings, the castle is a stunning luxury property. The castle itself has seven beautiful en-suit bedrooms on the upper level with Italian marble tiling, beautiful copper baths, walk-in showers and wireless speakers. The plush beds are hand made with luxury bedding.
The lower floor has a deluxe self contained two bedroom apartment with its own bespoke kitchen and private courtyard. Offering plenty of luxurious comfort and private space for all your guests and perfect for events venue, corporate meetings, celebrations or special occasions. There's plenty of activities for guests like tennis, yoga, personal training, shooting and a range of spa treatments.
The newly built Orangery features hand laid parquet flooring and picture windows on all sides that romantically diffuse light and air throughout the space, is the perfect backdrop for weddings and special events.Click HERE to read more about this property Click any image below to enlarge or run gallery.
Carlowrie Castle is a stunning 19th-century castle located in the heart of Scotland, just a short drive from Edinburgh. The castle sits on a hill overlooking the River Almond and is surrounded by beautiful gardens and parkland. It was built in 1841 by the Macfarlane family and has been used as a private residence, a hotel, and a conference center over the years. It is now available for corporate events, weddings, and other special occasions. The castle features a grand entrance hall, formal drawing and dining rooms, and a number of guest rooms, all of which are decorated in a traditional style. The castle also has a number of outdoor activities and amenities, including a tennis court, a croquet lawn, and a helicopter landing pad.
Kirkliston is a small town in West Lothian, Scotland, located 7 miles (11 km) west of Edinburgh. The town has a population of around 6,000 and has a long history, with evidence of settlement in the area dating from the Iron Age.
Kirkliston has a rich history, with evidence of settlement in the area dating back to the Iron Age. The town's name is derived from the Gaelic ‘Cille Leod’, meaning Leod's Church, and is believed to refer to a church founded by St. Leod, who lived in the area in the 8th century. The town was granted a royal charter in 1291 and has since become a popular destination for visitors to Scotland, thanks to its proximity to Edinburgh and its attractive rural surroundings.
Kirkliston is well-known for its agricultural produce, with the town's farmers' markets selling a wide variety of local produce, from fruits and vegetables to meats and cheeses. The town is also home to a number of independent shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as a popular brewery. In addition, there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy in the area, such as golf, fishing, hiking and cycling.
Kirkliston is a great base for exploring the surrounding area, with easy access to Edinburgh and other nearby attractions. The nearby town of South Queensferry is home to the impressive Forth Bridge, while the nearby villages of Cramond, Cramond Island and Dalmeny are all worth a visit.
Kirkliston is an ideal destination for those looking to explore Scotland's history, culture and natural beauty. With its long history and picturesque rural setting, it's easy to see why the town has become such a popular destination.
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