Marquee Sites

We have three marquee sites with capacities of 150, 200 and over 500. If you’re looking for a fabulous location to host a marquee party, Kincardine Castle is an unrivalled private venue. Superb in-house catering for up to 150.  Accommodation for 29 in 16 bedrooms.

THE WEST TERRACE

Marquee on the West Terrace

Capacity 150 for dinner-dance. We can add a marquee (up to 40ft. x 100ft) (12m x 30m) beside the castle and this helps reduce costs as the loos within the castle save having to hire mobile toilets.

THE GOOSE LAWN

Marquee and Tipis on the Goose Lawn

Capacity 200 for dinner dance. In the castle gardens, immediately adjacent to the attractive walled garden, lies a pair of terraces. Formerly a grass tennis court and croquet lawn these now form a superb location for marquee events.

THE TERRACE IN THE PARK

Capacity >500 for dinner dance.  A level terrace 75m long x 45m wide with excellent vehicular access.

 

A marquee event sited at Kincardine has the following advantages.

 

INDICATIVE COST OF SITE HIRE

This is dependent on the scale of the function, season etc. and a typical charge for a single event varies between £800 and £5,500 +VAT,* but call us to discuss your requirements; as every event is unique.

As a more specific example the facility fee to provide the site for a 33m x 15m frame marquee with entrance tents (erected by hand without mechanical lifting gear), space for mobile loos, and with car parking in the field will cost around £2,500 + VAT.*

* For the avoidance of doubt these figures exclude the hire charges for marquee etc.

 

Find Out More

Would you like to learn more about the Marquee Sites at Kincardine Castle? Please get in touch with our friendly team to discuss your requirements.

 

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KIND WORDS

Some kind words from our previous guests…

“A valuable time, thank you for your warm hospitality, delicious food and graciousness. We had an intense workshop to complete and your beautiful home certainly worked its magic. We will be back I’m sure.”

Andro Donovan
Nov. 2015