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Manderston is the supreme country house of Edwardian Scotland; the swan-song of its era.
A house on which no expense was spared with opulent staterooms, the only silver staircase in the world and extensive "downstairs" domestic quarters. It stands in 56 acres of formal gardens, with magnificent stables and stunning marble dairy.
John Kinross, the architect, when enquiring how large his budget was, was told that money was no object. It was built for Sir James Miller who married the Honourable Eveline Curzon, daughter of Lord Scarsdale, head of one of the oldest families in the country.
The House and Gardens are open to the public every Thursday and Sunday from the 4th May – 24th September 2017 and Bank Holidays of late May and August. All enquiries are most welcome.
Parties are welcome at any time of the year by appointment. There is a minimum number of 15 people required or equivalent payment. The cost of group bookings are:
on Open Days:
on Non-Open Days: