Photo of the exterior of Gilmerton House in East Lothian.


Gilmerton House is a Grade A listed Georgian mansion in East Lothian. Unusually, the house is not a hotel and is leased exclusively to groups for weddings and other events. Sitting within a 1000 acre estate, if you are looking for absolute privacy and classic Scottish luxury, Gilmerton House is a perfect venue.

Photo of wood paneled dining room in Gilmerton House

The house is incredibly photogenic, having featured in both television and fashion shoots, and retains many stunning original features, including the magnificent panelled music room. We love taking these already beautiful and perfectly proportioned rooms and turning them into the perfect setting for your wedding celebrations. We work with the management team at Gilmerton House to ensure that your wedding is stunning and perfectly co-ordinated, allowing you and your guests to fully immerse yourselves in your celebrations.

With ten luxurious en-suite bedrooms, several exquisite public rooms, magical gardens and grounds, and LITU at your side taking care of all the details, you can be assured of a perfect and perfectly memorable wedding celebration.

For more information about how you might use Gilmerton House as the impeccable backdrop for your wedding, please fill in the contact form below or alternatively give us a call on +44 (0)1592 753001.

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Photo of luxurious bedroom in Gilmerton House with four poster bed.

Gilmerton House, Athelstaneford, North Berwick, East Lothian EH39 5LQ

“Wayne and I will never be able to thank Kimmie and George enough for truly making our day so incredibly special.  From every detail, even across international borders, their input, suggestions, and all the time they put in just for us, helped us to design a day that was very intimate, personalized, and memorable.  

We proudly show off our beautiful photos and share every detail with everyone we meet!  We consider Kimmie and George our extended family for adding so much to our wedding day than we even imagined possible.”