Meldrum House Stables and Coachhouse, Old Meldrum

Formerly Known As

Meldrum House Stables and Coachhouse

Project Background

The U-plan stable and coach house buildings originally date from 1628, but were altered in the late 18th century and include a doocot to the upper floor of the gatehouse.

The owners of Meldrum House Country Hotel and Golf Course recognised the potential of developing the block through a substantial £2.5 million programme which has greatly enhanced the attractiveness and commercial potential of the facilities. The doo'cot was retained within the re-development with the nesting boxes utilised as a wine store!

The A listed stable block has been transformed into 13 modern luxury suites with a new state-of-the-art conference centre for up to 50 delegates. 

Building Information

Building Dates
1628; 1777(?)
Architects
Unknown
Listing Category
A
Conservation Area
Planning Authority
Aberdeenshire
Date of Entry to the Risk Register
1 May 1996

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Development Project Information

Project Architect

The William Cowie Partnership

Project Client

Meldrum Country House & Golf Course

End Users

Meldrum Country House & Golf Course

Overall Project Cost

£2.5 million

Grant Aiders

Historic Scotland

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