- Cafe / restaurant
- Free parking
- Parkland / open spaces
- Pet friendly
Manderston is a stunning example of Edwardian architecture, the supreme country house in Scotland of it’s era.
A house on which no expense was spared, with opulent staterooms, a silver staircase, marble hall, acres of formal gardens and magnificent stables.
John Kinross the architect designed the house for Sir James Miller a nouveau riche baronet who married into traditional aristocracy. John Kinross was instructed to create a home of glittering style to match Sir James Millers wealth and status as a country gentleman.
Today Manderston opens it’s doors to the public for visits and private events. Whether you want to visit for a guided tour or book Manderston exclusively for your event you can be sure that a warm welcome awaits you within an impressive, country mansion. Visitors will find much to enjoy including Britain’s first privately-owned Biscuit Tin Museum.
Open daily from 1 April – 25 April with house tours at 1.30pm and 3pm.
Gardens open at 11.30am.
Please note: The information on the Historic Houses website is advisory, but please always check the website of the house or garden you intend to visit before travelling.
Historic Houses members visit for free.
Entry to the house and gardens including guided tour of the house £12.50pp
Manderston are delighted to accommodate groups and special visits during normal opening hours by prior arrangement.
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