Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club

August 1, 2017 : News

Spotlight on a long-standing Maximillion venue partner…

If you’re looking for a unique hotel venue which makes a memorable first impression, boasts a rich history and looks distinctly Scottish, then our 4 star venue partner Dalmahoy is the place to choose – and it’s just twenty five minutes from Edinburgh’s city centre.

Conveniently located just 10 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and 20 minutes from the city centre, Dalmahoy is easily accessible for delegates travelling by air, road or rail. The hotel is set in 1000 acres of wooded parkland at the foot of the rolling Pentland Hills. The two golf courses at Dalmahoy are both James Braid courses, designed in 1927 and 1935.

Originally a Scottish Baronial Manor house, and until August 2016 operating as a Marriott Hotel, Dalmahoy is now an independent hotel, offering meetings and events that are altogether unique. The devoted team can design tailor-made options to build the perfect event for you, with rooms suitable for groups from as few as 6 to as many as 300 people.

Fact File

  • Number of bedrooms: 203
  • Largest numbers for banqueting: 200
  • Largest numbers for conferences: 300
  • Spa & Fitness Facilities available on site
  • 300 complimentary parking spaces, as well as a heli pad for those looking to arrive in style!
  • 6 miles from Edinburgh International Airport
  • Green Tourism Business Scheme (GTBS) Gold Award for sustainability

Indoor and outdoor options for your event at Dalmahoy

Whether you’d like a dynamic energiser activity for your conference, a half day experience or a full day event with multiple activities, at Dalmahoy there is a huge variety of Maximillion events from which to choose.

Examples include:

Maximillion organises team building events in Edinburgh, Scotland and across the UK. If you would like additional information, please call us on 0345 901 1422 or complete our online enquiry form. To be notified of any new team building activities, please sign up to the Maximillion newsletter here.

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