2023-11-29T12:44:00Z By Grumpy Group Organiser
Dundas Castle in Edinburgh has launched a new Ladies of Luxury package that includes etiquette lessons and afternoon tea.
The new package has been created after Dundas Castle hosted two episodes of the television programme, Ladies of London, in its most recent series.
The show follows a group of elite socialites enjoying the ‘upper crust of the high society world’, and the new Ladies of Luxury package offers groups a similar experience.
Ladies of Luxury package: what to expect
From being greeted by the castle piper on arrival and to lessons with an etiquette expert, to afternoon tea in the library and Scottish country dancing, the Ladies of Luxury package gives visitors what’s described as a slice of authentic Scottish life.
The experience includes three nights’ accommodation, afternoon tea, gala dinners, and a Highland games with barbecue lunch.
Optional add-ons include lunch, shopping and dinner in Edinburgh; a Scottish country dancing lesson; and expert guidance on Scotland’s national drink, whisky.
Further highlights include a fireworks display and a Champagne reception on the roof of the 12th century Auld Keep.
The package is described as ideal for small groups seeking a Scottish mini-break.
More about Dundas Castle
Dundas Castle is a Scottish baronial property, with 17 bedrooms and a 600 year old keep. It’s the home of owner Sir Jack Stewart Clark and his wife, Lady Lydia, and available to book throughout the year on an exclusive use basis.
Groups visiting the castle can learn about its history, which stretches back to the 18th century, marvel at architectural highlights such as the staircases and fireplaces, enjoy the use of a private squash court, and walk through the outdoor estate comprising lawns and woodland.
For more information, or to make a booking, visit www.dundascastle.co.uk.