Designed by Robert Adam at the height of his career, this charming house provides a fascinating insight into fashionable society life in 18th- and 19th-century Scotland, and a stylish venue for intimate weddings.
Just a short stroll from Princes Street and the city’s upmarket West End hotels, this delightful venue is a real jewel in Edinburgh’s crown.
Furnished with a wonderful collection of period furniture, porcelain and silver, the gracious first floor Drawing Room overlooks Charlotte Square Gardens, and is adjacent to prestigious Bute House, the official residence of the First Minister of Scotland.
Perfect for civil, religious and humanist wedding ceremonies for up to 50 guests, your wedding party can sip champagne in the elegance of the Drawing Room, surrounded by beautiful paintings and with magnificent views over Charlotte Square, before venturing on into the city for fine dining and dancing.
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