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The warm atmosphere of Winton Castle has taken half a millennium to develop, making it a unique events venue for corporate events.
You’ll be warmly welcomed by burning log fires and the enthusiastic but discreet home team.
Luckily, you can still visit our Scottish Renaissance castle with our interactive, 3D Virtual Tour! You’ll enjoy exploring the 6 beautiful reception rooms, vaulted cellar and bedrooms in amazing detail. If helpful, we can also guide you on your tour by phone or video call. Please email us now to request the link.
Winton is still very much open for business and taking bookings for after the lockdown has passed.
With its series of inter-connecting reception rooms, the castle has been designed as a venue for gala dinners, company away days, conferences and meetings, product launches and other hospitality events.
Guests are welcomed in the Front Hall and are wowed by the striking, beautifully proportioned Octagon Room. From there, they can move through to the Drawing Room, or Cabinet Room. In addition to these space we have our intimate Library (King Charles Room) and Dining Room where guests can mix and mingle in the opulent but relaxed surroundings.
With welcoming fireplaces and historic paintings, there are plenty of talking points.
Winton Castle is an exclusive use venue; that means you hire the castle and surrounding gardens and they’re all yours for the duration of your event. Winton can be your home from home so why not stay the night? We can help you master the balance of work, rest and play in our 1000 acres of countryside.
The castle’s outside spaces are as impressive as the inside ones. On a summer’s evening guests can take full advantage of the lawns and terraced gardens. Alternatively they can admire Sir David’s Loch from the Drawing Room balcony. With over 12 miles of paths there is an evening stroll or a 10k run from the Castle.
Please contact us now by email us or phone on +44 (0)1875 340 222. We’ll help you plan an unforgettable event. See videos on the next page.
You can see more videos including a flyover of Winton Castle in our Video Gallery.