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Scone Palace

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Set in beautiful parkland and gardens overlooking the River Tay in Perthshire, Scone Palace is one of Scotland's most significant and majestic stately homes. Housing a remarkable collections of art and antiques, it's an awe-inspiring venue for any kind of special event with a splendid range of dining facilities on offer.

The elegant State Dining Room is distinguished by its fabulous walnut dining table, specially made for Queen Victoria’s visit to the palace in 1842.

Dominated by an impressive vaulted ceiling, the Long Gallery provides a majestic setting for larger dinners and corporate entertaining.

There's also a choice of spaces for pre-dinner gatherings with drinks and canapes. With an abundance of natural light and opulent furnishings, the Drawing Room provides a photogenic backdrop for receptions and award ceremonies.

An atmospheric setting for drinks receptions, the Library is home to the palace's renowned porcelain collection. Home to two fine 17th century carved oak fireplaces, the Inner Hall is ideal for drinks receptions and can also accommodate small groups for dinner. 

Perfect for

  • Away days
  • Conferences
  • Dinners
  • Hogmanay and Christmas
  • Meetings
  • Private Dining
  • Receptions

Location Details

Scone Palace, Scone

Perth

PH2 6BD


+44 (0)330 1233 885

Train

Perth Rail Station - 3 miles

Nearest Airport

Dundee Airport - 22 miles

Parking

On-site car park

Disabled parking available

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Rooms

Room Details

Available upon request

up to 50

The elegant State Dining Room is distinguished by its fabulous walnut dining table, specially made for Queen Victoria’s visit to the palace in 1842.

Best For

  • Dinners
  • Meetings
  • Receptions
  • Conferences

Room Details

Available upon request

110

This splendid room is marked by a high vaulted ceiling and an exquisite collection of Vernis Martin papier-mâché. It holds the title of the longest room in a private residence in Scotland. The room's standout feature is a pipe organ, crafted in 1813 by Thomas Elliot. It can comfortably host up to 110 guests at 6-foot diameter round tables, or for an additional charge, 100 guests at a continuous table running the length of the room.

Gothic oak doors swing open to unveil a captivating scene of flickering candles, fresh blooms, and gleaming crystal. This venue provides a spectacular backdrop for your Gala Dinner.

Best For

  • Dinners
  • Receptions

Room Details

Available upon request

Not available

This room offers an exceptionally elegant environment for receptions, award ceremonies, and other gatherings. Bathed in natural light and adorned with vibrant, luxurious furnishings, it creates an unforgettable setting for photo shoots. Perfect for a drinks reception, this space promises to make any event memorable.

Best For

  • Receptions

Room Details

Available upon request

Not available

The focal point of this room is a grand partner’s writing desk, presided over by a portrait of the 1st Earl of Mansfield. This space also houses a celebrated porcelain collection and is an ideal setting for a drinks reception.

Best For

  • Receptions

Room Details

Available upon request

Not available

This room features two 17th-century oak-carved fireplaces that can be lit to enhance the ambiance of the candlelit setting. It is an ideal space for receptions and can also accommodate dinner for smaller groups.

Best For

  • Receptions
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