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Welcome to Ochil House

July 05, 2018

Weird, wonderful, wild and whacky; Scotland and her people have been at the heart of some of the world’s most amazing inventions.

From television to penicillin, bikes to banking, golf to gin and tonic, cloning to chicken tikka masala, we’ve created, manufactured, dreamed up and exported innovation after innovation.

So what better way to celebrate the achievements of the past than by doing our bit to inspire the achievements of the future? Welcome to Ochil House, our brand-new wing – the perfect place for the next generation of fresh perspectives and fresh thinking. Inspired by the inventors and dreamers who helped spread Scotland’s influence well beyond her shores, we wanted to create a space to bring people together. A space for creativity. For flashes of genius. For getting down to the nitty-gritty. A place to dare to dream. Devoted to inventors, innovators, pioneers & party-goers.

Just because you’re changing the world doesn’t mean you have to suffer though.

Inspired by the original private members clubs, expect luxurious yet contemporary finishes, lots of natural daylight, beautiful and private outdoor spaces and all the technology you need to make your meeting, conference or party go with a swing. It’s like having your very own, very beautiful, think tank right in the heart of the hotel – and naturally, our helpful team are there to take all the stress out of planning and can help you design bespoke menus and itineraries for your guests.

The whole wing can be booked together for exclusive use or you can create your own combination from the six unique individual spaces. Every guest can use The Pantry, our informal, well-stocked kitchen which is ideal for taking a break, networking or relaxing. And when it comes to celebrating your next big idea, Ochil House is the perfect spot for parties.

 

Eggs, bacon and coffee in the Birnam Brasserie
breakfast July 05,2018

Are you a breakfast person?

Some are, some aren’t. The 3rd Duke of Buckingham liked breakfast so much that, in 1501, he built himself a ‘breakfast room’.

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