The House and Grounds
Gosford House, the seat of the Earls of Wemyss and March, is set in 5,000 acres of combined coast and parkland in East Lothian on the south side of the Firth of Forth and close to the celebrated golf courses of Muirfield, Gullane and Craigielaw.
The property is dominated by Gosford House, an imposing neo-classical mansion which was one of the last great architectural commissions of the celebrated Scots architect, Robert Adam. Constructed for the seventh Earl of Wemyss, the building was completed in 1800 – eight years after the architect’s death – and is recognised as an outstanding example of the later period of his work.
Planning an event?
What has been described to you will be available for incentive and hospitality events, from gala dinners seating up to 100 in the large Dining Room, to receptions for 400 in the Marble Hall.
Large scale activity days and Highland Games can be easily accommodated in the grounds for ….. how many do you want to bring? Meal options could include BBQs or picnics by the ponds and the stunning boathouse. The variety of choice will allow you to offer something different and imaginative to your clients. Add to that, Gosford House’s award winning golf club Craigielaw and you have one of the best golfing products in the region to utilise. All of which is just 25 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city.