Ross House was designed by Sir William Bruce, a career politician and gentleman architect, who is regarded as the founder of classical architecture in Scotland. He was architect to King Charles II and amongst other renowned architectural projects, was responsible for rebuilding the Royal Palace of Holyrood house in Edinburgh.
Ross House is located 25 miles from Edinburgh Airport.
Map co-ordinates: 56.203167, -3.409521
The house has 14 luxurious, individually designed, en-suite bedrooms and can accommodate 28 people. Each bedroom offers an individual view of the carefully landscaped grounds and gardens.
At A Glimpse
The house is built from stone quarried in the Cleish Hills and has four storeys plus a mezzanine floor between the ground and first floors. The basement floor is built as a series of vaults and the first floor, features a stunning Grand Salon, the first of its type in Scotland. The property boasts a wealth of art and antiques, much of which has been in the house for hundreds of years, creating a truly rare guest experience.