Dalmeny House and Estate has been the home to the Earls of Rosebery since 1662. Together, the Rosebery Estates cover a diverse and beautiful landscape from the coastal shores of West Lothian near Edinburgh to the upland moors of Leithenwater in the Scottish Borders. These working estates thrive on sustainable enterprise and community – agriculture, forestry, country pursuits and property management prosper in careful balance with the environment.

On the Firth of Forth shore lies Barnbougle, a romantic castle locked away for almost a century. This hidden gem sits majestically on the Rosebery Estate, Dalmeny, within 2000 acres of private parkland. The dramatic Castle’s private beaches are framed by enchanting woodlands and the castle has never been open to the public and has been completely closed for the last 90 years. Today is a fairy-tale venue with majestic reception rooms, antiquarian libraries and sweeping costal views it offers a stunningly grand space for corporate events, weddings and private events & parties catering up to 120 people with an option of us to 450 people with a marquee in the grounds.

Soon to open and be available for exclusive hire is Rosebery House & Steading, these two properties lie opposite each other either side of the B6372 near Temple Midlothian. Rosebery House sits in its own parkland, with chapel,  and has a large walled garden to the rear with a tennis court and conservatory.  The house sleeps 20 people.

Rosebery Steading comprises three cottages and once building work is complete in Autumn 2019 there will be two rustic barn event spaces plus bar room. The buildings are arranged around a courtyard. The steading will be available as a whole.  There are two other cottages which will be available to let close by.  

Rosebery Steading and Rosebery House are set in pretty countryside 30 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh and Edinburgh airport.  

 

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