Discover the story of Mellerstain and experience one of Scotland’s finest stately homes. Built in the 18th century, Mellerstain is a unique example of William and Robert Adam design, presenting a complete picture as it would have been some 240 years ago. The house features magnificent plasterwork, marble fireplaces and original Robert Adam ceilings, together with a fine collection of art, furniture and embroidery. The gardens feature the stunning Italianate terraces designed by Sir Reginald Blomfield in 1910.
Group visits and guided tours can be arranged during & outwith normal opening hours by prior reservation. With 4 floors of the house to visit a tour with one of our experienced guides will last up to 1½ hours. We suggest group organisers allow 3 hours if wishing to visit the gardens and café (catering options available upon request).
Discounted group entry for 20+
Free onsite parking for cars and coaches
Free entry for coach driver and group organiser
Wheelchair access is available to the main floor via the main entrance. Please click here for further information on accessibility.
For further information & reservations please tel. 01573 410225 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
No photography or video cameras permitted within the house.
Outdoor shoes recommended for the grounds & parkland.