Dundas Castle is one of Scotland's most beautiful and historic castles. Now an officially recognised 5 Star Exclusive Use venue, the Castle is the stately home of Sir Jack Stewart-Clark and his wife Lady Lydia.
The dramatic 'Auld Keep' was built in 1416 for the purpose of being both a home in times of peace and a fortress in times of war. In 1818, the luxurious main house that now adjoins it was built by the renowned architect William Burn. Having belonged to the Stewart-Clark family for the last century or so, it is now an 'exclusive use' venue that is booked in its entirety for a wide variety of events - weddings, conferences, business meetings, incentive travel group visits, golfing holidays, private dinner parties, launch parties and receptions.
Secluded in the peaceful countryside of its own 1000 acre estate, yet only a 25-minute drive from Edinburgh city centre and a 10-minute drive from Edinburgh Airport, Dundas Castle offers all the comforts and high standards associated with the best of venues.
When you choose Dundas for your special event, it belongs solely to you and your guests for the duration of your stay. No other guests, no distractions. Nowhere else could be more perfect for you.
Dundas Castle can hold up to 200 people for a private event and has 17 bedrooms. Clients can use a variety of spaces ranging from the medieval Auld Keep, maim Castle rooms and modern Pavilion.
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- Yes- free wifi
- From £80.00
- From £280.00
Maximum Delegate Capacities
- 2 miles
- 2 miles
- 5 miles
Dundas Castle is located in its own 1000 acre estate. Guests can enjoy a game of golf on our 9-hole course, tennis, squash or pool during their time at the Castle. Our dedicated events planners can also organise falconry, 4x4 driving, whisky tasting and clay pigeon shooting to take place at the Castle.
As Dundas Castle is located within a 25-minute drive of Edinburgh city centre, guests can immerse themselves in Scottish history and world-class restaurants.