Lennoxlove, Historic East Lothian Architecture, Building, Location, Photos, Contact
Lennoxlove House, Haddington
East Lothian Castle, Scotland – Scottish Tower House
Contact: 01620 823720 or 01620 828614
Address: Lennoxlove Estate Office, Haddington EH41 4NZ
Location: 1m south of Haddington, off B6369, East Lothian, Scotland
The grounds are pleasant to walk through, please keep dogs on leads and respect the countryside and the privacy of any residents.
Directions: From Haddington drive south past the Poldrate mill, over the Tyne towards Gifford. Turn off to Lennoxlove House, head straight, follow road round to the left, parking is down the hill on the west side of the property.
Contact: +44 (0)1620 823720 / info(at)lennoxlove.com
Home of the Duke of Hamilton. Lennoxlove is a destination for weddings, private gatherings, events or as a base to explore Scotland.
Lennoxlove House was originally known as Lethington Tower, the house has existed since the 13th century. It was built to its full height in 1345 by the Maitland family, whose coat of arms still crowns the front door.
In 1946 the 14th Duke of Hamilton and his family took residence, bringing a collection of treasures from Hamilton Palace. Mary, Queen of Scots once visited Lennoxlove.
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Glasgow School of Art
photo © Adrian Welch
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