National Trust for Scotland launches new event spaces

The National Trust for Scotland has made 19 historic castles and stately homes available for corporate events.

Culzean Castle
Culzean Castle

The National Trust for Scotland's new Unique Venues for Corporate Entertaining collection includes Culzean Castle on the Ayrshire coast, stately homes and castles in Fife and Aberdeenshire and The Battle of Bannockburn centre.

The National Trust for Scotland has also entered into a strategic partnership with corporate team-building specialists Team Challenge to offer bespoke packages including Bushcraft at Crathes Castle, 1920s-style fun at Hill of Tarvit near St Andrews and murder mystery dinners at Pollok House in Glasgow.

Rebecca Sloan, national hospitality manager at the National Trust for Scotland, said that the venues are ideal for incentives, team building, dinners and boardroom away days. She added: "We are experiencing growing demand, not just for traditional meetings and dinners, but also for unique, five-star experiences.

"In choosing a National Trust for Scotland venue, businesses will be playing a crucial part in supporting a leading conservation charity and helping to preserve our heritage for generations to come."


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