Broomhall House

Broomhall House is recognised for its unique place at the heart of Scotland’s story and for its new role as a prestigious, welcoming venue for bespoke private and corporate events in Scotland.

The Family of Bruce, a name linked to valour and legend throughout Scottish history, has lived at Broomhall House for centuries. For the first time, this extraordinary home is available for exclusive private and corporate events and as an unparalleled film location. 

Broomhall House is a hugely significant building in the history of Scottish architecture and is one of Scotland’s grandest houses. It has been a private family home for more than 300 years and continues to be lived in, cherished and cared for by the family of King Robert the Bruce.

Secluded in 2,500 acres of private estate, Broomhall is a historic home that has witnessed the ebb and flow of significant moments in British and international history. The Bruce family has important historical connections to many countries including the United States, Canada, India, Japan, Russia and France.

Broomhall makes a fitting destination for a once-in-a-lifetime occasion, whether that’s a special private party or a memorable stop on a world tour.

Broomhall is not open to the public, but it is perfectly suited for groups booking in advance. Members of the Bruce family are available to take guided tours around Broomhall for pre-booked groups, narrating the history of their home and its contents. Tours may be tailored for a most unique experience.

Broomhall is a five-minute drive from the Port of Rosyth and 40 minutes from the Port of Leith; each a favourite destination for cruise ships. We welcome guests who are interested in fine art and history and strongly recommend that they incorporate a visit to Broomhall into their Scottish itinerary.

You can learn more about Broomhall House on their website

Chartering a private jet to Edinburgh is one of the fastest and easiest ways to begin your visit to Broomhall House. Contact Jetlogic to arrange your air charter to Scotland.

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