We are delighted to accept groups of any size throughout the year and personal guided tours by the owner, Catherine Maxwell Stuart, can be arranged in advance.
Guided tours can be arranged outside normal opening hours and sometimes during opening hours at less busy times of the year.
During house opening hours we can arrange a guide to welcome the group and give a 5 minute introductory talk about the history of the house before the group is free to tour the house on their own. For further details please see the attached or below. If you would like to arrange a group visit please fill out the online form below, call the office on 01896 830323, drop us an email on email@example.com with details or fill in the attached form.
Why not start your visit with coffee and shortbread in the 18th Century Dining Room, or finish your day with afternoon tea?
Coffee and Shortbread: £7.50 per person
Afternoon tea, including a scone served with cream and jam with a selection of cakes or tray bakes in the Dining Room: £14.00 per person
The above prices apply to a minimum of 20 people and includes Room Hire. Please note that we can also offer group lunches in our 1745 Cottage Restaurant please see group bookings for further information on lunches, dinners or Scottish Banquets in our 18th Century Dining Room.
A short but fascinating visit that was full of so much history and information. Amazing to think that it is still in the same family through so much turmoil. The brewery adds an interesting story also. Make sure to visit the tearoom as the food is very good and reasonable.
Lovely gardens and House: One of our first stops of our long weekend trip and well worth it. We had a lovely walk through the gardens first before the house was open. Nice sunny morning through the peaceful gardens and woods before entering the maze. First visitors there so lots of time to enjoy the house grounds.
Spent a few hours with two children today and we had a great time. The children loved the grounds and exploring. The highlight being the maze (we actually did get lost..oops). We took a picnic to eat but treated ourselves to hot chocolate and milkshake in the cafe before we left.
Can’t believe we haven’t been here before! What a beautiful and interesting place. Make sure that you try the restaurant – lovely food. Oh, and grab some of their ale before you leave.
I have been going here since childhood. I love it & never tire! Stunning atmospheric house with stunning Scottish history! The maze is fab! We ran around giggling like children & joked with people entering it that we’d been in there lost for days! The Staff are the most friendly professional & knowledgeable of any Stately Home I’ve been to. The shop & little craft shops are a great added bonus. Go! Its well worth it. A Jacobite Residence with fantastic history.