Culzean Castle & Country Park offers the ultimate in versatility, catering for events of all shapes and sizes.
From VIP residential retreats, meetings and team-building activities to lavish gala dinners, product launches and festivals … we have the perfect location!
Entertain your clients with a champagne guided tour followed by a sumptuous banquet served in the State Dining Room, or host a whisky and gin tasting workshop in the Georgian Kitchen!
Our 90-seat tiered auditorium is the perfect venue for award ceremonies and presentations. For something a little different, you can take centre stage on the Robert Adam Oval Staircase, a memorable location in which to make a speech to up to 100 people.
The extensive grounds provide a stunning backdrop for team-building activities, marquee events and festivals. On-site activities include archery, clay pigeon shooting, boat trips to Ailsa Craig, kayaking, paddle boarding and caving. We work with our ranger team as well as local companies to make your experience at Culzean completely unique and memorable.
The Eisenhower Apartment, gifted to the US President in 1945 in recognition of his role in the Second World War, is located on the top floor of the castle. The Eisenhower comprises six tastefully appointed double bedrooms accommodating a maximum of 12 guests and includes a private drawing room overlooking the Ayrshire coastline – all accessed using the original 1920s elevator.
Within the estate there are also five beautifully appointed self-catering cottages: Ardlochan Lodge, Brewhouse Flat, Royal Artillery Cottage, North Segganwell and South Segganwell. Each cottage can sleep up to four guests and can be hired for a week or a short break.
Guests will have the opportunity to dine in the recently refurbished Fo’c’sle Restaurant inside the castle. The name Fo’c’sle is taken from the abbreviated form of forecastle, the term used to describe the upper deck forward of the foremast nearest the bow of the ship. The name reflects the nautical connections of the castle’s history.
Discover an Ayrshire Treasure - Culzean Castle