Hopetoun House

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Total meeting space950 sq. m
Standing capacity1,000
Seating capacity500
The Hopetoun House Preservation Trust
Hopetoun House
Edinburgh EH30 9SL
Onsite catering
The Hopetoun House Preservation Trust
Hopetoun House
Edinburgh EH30 9SL

Hopetoun House

Edinburgh Special event venues
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  • AV capabilities
  • Furniture
  • Internet access
  • Lighting
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Other decor
  • Space (Outdoor)
  • Space (Private)
  • Table linens
  • Wheelchair accessible


  • Dance floor
  • Piano
  • Staging area

Alcohol and catering

  • Alcohol allowed
  • Onsite catering

Photo gallery


Meeting space

Total meeting space950 sq. m
Meeting rooms7
Standing capacity1,000
Seating capacity500
Space (Private)Available
Space (Outdoor)404,686 sq. m
Exhibit space950 sq. m


Local Attractions

Queensferry Museum

3 mi. away
Queensferry museum showcases the past and traditions of historic Queensferry and neighbouring Dalmeny. The museum has stunning views out onto the Firth of Forth and the UNESCO World Heritage site, the Forth Bridge. Whether your interest is social history, folk traditions or civic engineering, there is something here for everyone to enjoy. As well as permanent displays, the museum hosts a room dedicated to temporary exhibitions, curated by community groups.

House of the Binns

Historical landmark
5 mi. away
Set in beautifully landscaped parkland overlooking the River Forth, this fascinating laird’s house near Linlithgow has been the home of the Dalyells for over 400 years. The present house was built in 1612 by Thomas Dalyell, an Edinburgh merchant who made his fortune at the court of King James VI and I in London. Thomas’s son, General Tam Dalyell, formed the legendary regiment of Royal Scots Greys. There are many mementos of him in the house, as well as colourful legends about his dealings with the Devil to discover. The house contains an interesting collection of family portraits, furniture, porcelain and silver acquired over several generations. A warm welcome awaits visitors at the home of the Dalyells, with rooms rich in family history and personality.

Inchcolm Abbey and Island

Historical landmark
10 mi. away
Inchcolm Island is by far the most beautiful of all of the island in the Firth of Forth. It is located 4 miles east of the Forth Bridge, 1 mile from the Fife coast near Aberdour and just 6 miles as the crow flies from Edinburgh City Centre (Google map link here). The Island is cared for by Historic Scotland and is commonly referred to as the 'Iona of the East' due to it's similarity to the Island of Iona on the west coast of Scotland. Inchcolm Abbey dates back to the 12th Century, being founded by King David I, after his brother King Alexander I was forced to seek shelter there during a very stormy crossing of the Forth in 1123. The Abbey remains as the best preserved group of monastic buildings in Scotland.

Distance from airport

  • 19.31 km from venue


  • Complimentary parking


Hopetoun House is a place of outstanding natural beauty, which has Scotland's finest stately home at its heart. Situated on the outskirts of Edinburgh, Hopetoun is a welcoming and thriving 6,500 acre community with a great deal to offer for living, leisure, entertainment and business all the year round. The fabulous setting of built and rural heritage provides a magnificent location for gala dinners, incentives, conferences, away days and private events.


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