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Birkhill Castle, St Andrews, Fife

Birkhill Castle
St Andrews
Fife

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Surrounded by beautiful gardens, heated swimming pool, tennis court and private beach, Birkhill Castle lies on the shores of the River Tay estuary. Built in 1780, the Castle is home to the Earl and Countess of Dundee who offer a warm welcome to all who come to stay in their family home.

The dining room caters for up to 20 and is a perfect setting for a diner party with its roaring log fire and chandelier. The drawing room is a wonderful place to relax, with its large log fire surrounded by comfortable sofas and armchairs and the library is a great retreat for a few hours peace and quiet with a good book!

Birkhill is the ideal venue for team building and corporate events as well as for relaxing breaks and private parties. And offers activities including: shooting, fishing, golf, tennis and sailing.

Sleeps up to 24
60 minutes from Edinburgh Airport
Over 100 golf courses within 40 minutes

LTR offer access to some of the finest private castles, including Birkhill Castle, and other properties in Scotland and beyond

Details

Nearest Airport: Edinburgh
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: Historic House
Nearest Major Town: St Andrews
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