About the Venue
Manderston is a stunning example of Edwardian architecture, the supreme country house in Scotland of it’s era. A house on which no expense was spared, with opulent staterooms, a silver staircase, marble hall, acres of formal gardens and magnificent stables. John Kinross the architect designed the house for Sir James Miller a nouveau riche baronet who married into traditional aristocracy. John Kinross was instructed to create a home of glittering style to match Sir James Millers wealth and status as a country gentleman.
- Groups welcomed by prior arrangement
- Event spaces for up to 150 guests, Ball room, Drawing Room, Marble Hall and Dining room
- Ten en suite guest rooms
- Manicured gardens and parkland including stables, private pond and boathouse