Only an hour away from Edinburgh airport, Kilburnham is an historic manor house, easily accessible, yet offering the scenic grandeur of the Highlands with an abundance of activities to suit the whole family.
The first recorded owner of Kilburnham was King Robert the Bruce, in 1300. In 1650 it became the property of the Nairne family who played a leading role in the defence of Scotland against Cromwell’s army.
Kilburnham is a listed historic building, including the walled garden. The house itself is mid 19th century Georgian with a 13th century stone spiral staircase as its core.
The house is spacious and comfortable and for those parties with small children the house can accommodate up to 24.
The area is ideal for a group with diverse needs from walkers, golfers and fishing folk to those with a love of the historical heritage of Scotland. The latter will find plenty to explore in this former stronghold of the ancient Pictish race, who have so clearly left their mark on the landscape.
Lorimer drawing room - Robert the Bruce hall
Dining room - can seat up to 20- Writing room (board room capacity 20)
Sitting room- Kitchen- Library (seminar room for 15)
The Hall room- Billiard room- Business centre - pc, fax, photocopier