Historic Dundas Castle

Dundas Castle – 15 minutes from Edinburgh Airport and only 25 minutes into the city centre, is in an ideal location for filming and photography. As a venue that is used to flexibility, hosting car launches, family parties, weddings and corporate events, the professional team at Dundas is good to work with and will accommodate large or smaller film, TV and photography crews.

The five star, exclusive use venue is set in a 400 acre countryside escape and has been host to reality TV programmes and photography shoots over many years. With its atmospheric 600 year old Stag Chamber, this would be the perfect location to film a shot needing a historic backdrop. In the main house itself, which was built in the 18th century and is packed full of country house style, there are sumptuous bedrooms, a billiard room, library and stunning drawing room – perfect for any location shoot that needs a historic background.

The history of the castle can be dated back as early as 1614, featuring a 600 year old Auld Keep, with the modern main house built in 1818. Also on the estate is a beautiful little boathouse, now a romantic retreat for two with a verandah set across the loch; plenty of woods, roads and viewpoints. In the summer, the loch also hosts glamping units. From the roof of the Auld Keep there are views across the Forth Estuary and the three bridges, to Fife and the hills beyond. Also of significance is one of the oldest squash courts in Scotland, a field of llamas and a croquet lawn.

If you are looking to work with Dundas or require locations for shooting, please feel free to get in touch.

Email: rebecca.dawson@pagodapr.com or angela.casey@pagodapr.com

Or call: 0131 556 0770 and ask for Rebecca or Angela

Facilities & Services:
Decorating Allowed
Accommodation
In-House Catering
Wi-fi
Street Parking
On-site Parking
Listing Type:
Agency Managed
Direct
Style:
Family
Neutral
Opulent
Townhouse
Bohemian
Distressed
Elegant
Masculine
Tropical
Retro
Industrial
Colourful
White
Feminine
Cosy
Derelict
Minimalist
Scandinavian
Features:
High Ceilings
Large Windows
Bi-fold Doors
Conservatory
Grand Piano
Kitchen Island
Loft
Mezzanine
Parquet Floors
Railway
Sauna
Stables
Summer House
Terrace
White Painted Floors
Carpet
City Views
Courtyard
Exposed Beams
Freestanding Bath
Greenhouse
Large Garden/Grounds
Orangery
Recording Studio
Wooden Floors
Beach Access
Chapel
Exposed Brick
Gym
Nightclub/bar
Panelling
Stone Floors
Taxidermy
Theatre
Treehouse
Warehouse
Wood Panelling
Balcony
Beach House
Church
Concrete
Decking
Garage
Library
Open Fire
Roof Terrace
Balcony
Spiral Staircase
Tennis Courts
Tiled Floors
Sea Views
Natural Light
Swimming Pool
Period:
Contemporary
1980s
1970s
1960s
1950s
1940s
1930s
1920s
Baroque
Tudor
Victorian
Georgian
Edwardian
Art Deco
Modernism
Other/don't know