Welcome to Kinblethmont House & Walled Garden

Kinblethmont house is the perfect retreat for an exclusive use Wedding party - large or small. The house has a unique atmosphere which stems from the properties Victorian pedigree mixed with its comfort and homliness. 

Kinblethmont House comfortably accommodates up to 28 people in 14 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms but is also ideal for smaller groups. The house is used as a family home so you will find all the personal touches that make staying here so special. All around you can hear wonderful birdsong and if you are patient you can hear the drumming of the woodpeckers that regularly visit the feeders outside the kitchen.The house is set amidst mature woodland with specimen trees and there are some lovely woodland walks around the estate at all times of year. In winter, a roaring fire can be your comfort

Kinblethmont boasts a gorgeous walled garden which provides a beautiful spot for outdoor Wedding ceremonies and indeed a marquee for larger Weddings of 50+.

We love:

The charming walled garden at Kinblethmont, a lovely and versatile space for Wedding Ceremonies or Marquees.

The luxurious and modern cottages available on site at Kinblethmont estate for yourselves or your guests to enjoy

The homely touches of Kinblethmont which is still lived in by the Ramsay family today.

Key Facts:

Nearest City: Dundee – 20 miles

Nearest Airport: Dundee– 30 mins

Food and beverages:

Our preferred caterer, managed by former Executive Chef at the five-star Gleneagles Hotel and Golf Resort will be able to accommodate all of your catering needs. Hog roasts, Five course wine paired dinners and everything in-between are possible. Known for their flare for presentation and delicious food,  you can be sure of an unforgettable Wedding meal.

Ceremony: Max 60

Sit down dinner : House – Max 60 Marquee - Max 250

Accommodation:  Yes, 14 Bedrooms sleeping 28 people

History and family ties:

Family ties - Lindsay, Carnegie, Ramsay

History - Noted as somewhere that King James travelled to in 1219, following his murder, Kinblethmont became central to a feud between the Lindsay and Carnegie families ensued for over 150 years