RELAX IN THE
The elegant lounge bar is a beautifully decorated and comfortable area of the Castle to relax and enjoy a glass of something chilled. With a big openly fire it’s a treat in the colder months of the year.
The bar often ends up as the focal point of a parties gatherings with great views and easy access to the wedding marque. Experienced bar staff will be on hand to make your favourite cocktail or bring up a bottle of red from the well stocked 17th century wine cellar under the Castle.
An original feature of the Castle is the wine cellar, if the walls could talk no doubt they would have a few stories to tell. The centre piece of the cellar feature the original rope rimmed table where it is possible by arrangement to sit, drink and soak up the unique atmosphere.
At Kinnettles, with our contacts within the hospitality trade we take pride in keeping our cellar well stocked with a variety of wines to suits all manner of tastes and budgets. Wine tasting experiences can also be booked for those that wish to enjoy a glass or three in this wonderful wee dungeon.
ENJOY A GAME
OF SNOOKER OR TWO
With a full size Ripley snooker table in the west wing of the Castle, it provides a good opportunity to relax and take your mind of the upcoming nuptials for the groom and the best man and his speech.
The snooker room is large and can comfortable host a good number of your guests with ample space for cueing and great views over the Scottish hills. With bar service at the end of the phone just relax and concentrate on a 147!
A great way for your group to relax and chill out with a fun casino night in the Castles recreation rooms. A full sized roulette table in one room and the card table next door its just like Monaco!
We can arrange professional croupiers to make your evening even more authentic. Or simply play by yourself for a bit of fun. The games rooms are very popular with the large group of golfers and the night before the big day.
The delightfully secluded estate is set in 44 acres of picturesque rolling gardens, with breathtaking views of the local Scottish landscape and some of the oldest trees in Angus and indeed Scotland.
The grounds also features a wide range of flora and foliage, most of which is indigenous to the area and some which have been introduced during the past 250 years. At the rear of the Castle grounds you may also be lucky enough to witness local stags and deer in their natural environment.