Scone Palace has an exciting and colourful history as one of Scotland’s most important stately homes.
In the intervening centuries, it has been the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of the Kings of Scots, including Macbeth and Robert the Bruce. The Palace houses an outstanding collection of antiques, paintings and rare artefacts and the grounds are renowned throughout the world, making the stately home one of the most popular attractions in Scotland.
Poised above the River Tay in Perthshire, Scone Palace overlooks the routes north to the Highlands and east through Strathmore to the coast. The Grampian mountains form a distant backdrop, and across the river stands the city of Perth.
Scone Palace provides a magnificent setting for events. Whether you are planning a corporate event in Scotland, require hospitality, a conference or need a venue for a product or car launch, a range of events can be accommodated.
All of the Palace State Rooms can be reserved exclusively for your event. A guided tour of the Palace will be included as part of your evening if you wish it.
Dinner may be served in the State Dining Room, which seats 12 to 24 persons around the table made for Queen Victoria’s visit, The Long Gallery, where up to 110 persons can be accommodated, or within the Murray Suites, which accommodate 50 guests.
Business conferences and seminars for up to 60 delegates can now be held throughout the year in the Murray Suite. These are sympathetically restored rooms, combining traditional furnishings with modern technologies and the utmost in discretion. From November to March, the State Rooms offer capacity for 200+delegates.
Scone Palace also offers exclusive use overnight accommodation. From the Balvaird Apartment with 3 stunning rooms into the Private Wing offering a further 10 bedrooms, enjoy a unique and memorable experience.
With over 100 acres of historic Parklands, the natural environment provides a stunning backdrop for outdoor activities such as laser clay shooting, falconry, and quad biking.
Visit the Crowning Place of the King of Scots.
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