Recent years has seen extensive refurbishment and development at the historic Kingsmills Hotel – most significantly the Kingsmills Suite which offers 410 sq metres of design-led, air-conditioned meeting space.
But you don't need to be organising a large event to consider the Kingsmills Hotel.
The main suite can divide into 4 smaller rooms, and with our existing meeting and event rooms in the original house, we have 7 rooms in total. This multi-functional space will give flexibility to host large residential conferences with break out syndicate rooms, smaller meetings with impact, large impressive banquets or intimate dinners.
The rooms in the original house are truly elegant and are enhanced by intricately corniced ceilings; some have the original 18th century features. All rooms are flooded with natural daylight (with the exception of the cosy Adams Lounge) and have exquisite design, but we know that it takes a lot more than wonderful surroundings to create a memorable event.
Our passion for people and service is what the Kingsmills Hotel is known for. As winners of numerous awards we are aware that you have a high expectation and a lot riding on the success of your event – so do we! Our culture of personal service with your own dedicated event organiser ensures that your event receives the very best of attention. From your initial enquiry until your last guest departs, we will support you and care for your guests.
We know that a restful sleep is crucial for conference organisers and delegates. Our beautiful bedrooms will certainly give you that! With the recent soft refurbishment to the timeless and elegant Classic rooms, all 147 en-suite rooms have been either newly built or redesigned. Our fully air-conditioned Luxury rooms have been designed with calming lush heather colours and a nod to our heritage with a contemporary tartan.
A short wander through the lush gardens will lead you to our Garden Rooms, nestled in idyllic seclusion. And for a truly indulgent experience our exclusive Kingsclub offers unrivalled luxury in the Highlands.