This charming one-bedroom suite takes its name from the moor behind the castle. Glenburnie was also the name of a horse bred by the Maitland family which went on to become European Champion in three-day eventing and which was ridden by local eventer Ian Stark. A portrait of the horse is reflected back into the sitting room by a large mirror in the hallway.
The spacious bedroom has been finished with gentle greens and accents of pink and red creating a calming space. Statement pieces of furniture from the castle collection have been used including the dressing table which was formally the base for a spinet harpsicord.
Once the castle’s Housekeeper’s Room, the original Victorian range in the sitting room has been sympathetically restored. This range was long forgotten about and uncovered during the renovation. The open-plan space is dominated by large portraits by George and John Scougall from the castle collection featuring two of the castle’s forbears.
Bedrooms: One – Twin/super-king-size. A hairdryer and bathrobes are provided in the bedroom.
Bathrooms: One – Shower over the bath with underfloor heating.
Kitchen/Dining: Fully-fitted kitchen includes integrated hob/oven, fridge with ice-box, dishwasher and microwave. Dining table to seat two people.
Also included: 100% Egyptian cotton bed linen, towels, tea towels, 43-inch free-view TV, Roberts digital radio, a selection of books and games, cleaning on departure, Wi-Fi, electricity, water and central heating.
Children: We can provide high chairs and travel cots for younger guests. There is a playpark within the castle grounds – to the path to the left when departing The Courtyard.
Dogs: We welcome dogs and provide dog biscuits and food bowls.
Gardens: There is a garden area to the rear of the castle where a selection of garden games are available for guests.
Walks: There are also woodland and riverside walks within the estate and the grounds are crossed by long-distance path The Southern Upland Way.