Exclusive-use venue in Scotland reopens after year-long renovation


An exclusive use venue in Scotland has opened in the Angus countryside following a massive year-long restoration.

The former hotel, Castleton House Luxury Estate, has been transformed into self-catering resort in eight acres of grounds close to Glamis Castle, birthplace of Her late Majesty Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

The Edwardian mansion house has six bedrooms in the main house and three in an adjacent cottage. The dining room seats 18 and the property also comprises a Champagne room, a billiards room, outdoor hot tubs and sound systems.

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“It caters for the needs of those looking for an indulgent, ultra-luxurious retreat for all-important getaways,” said Rayne Perry who is a director at Castleton House alongside her fiancé Paul Cousins. “These include celebrations, small weddings, family and friends get-togethers and reunions, golfing, shooting and fishing parties, and corporate events.”

Among other features and amenities are locally sourced antique furniture, three wood burning stoves, two hot tubs, barbecue ‘Hobbit Hut’, covered BBQ/entertainment area and putting green.

Wallpaper designers include Christian Lacroix, Matthew Williamson and Ellie Cashman. The bar in the billiard room is by Timothy Oulton whose hospitality projects include those in Singapore and Los Angeles. 

The vast kitchen has solid quartz worktops with Amtico flooring and is split into three sections.

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Zoe Monk

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