Marriott Dalmahoy has always been a firm favourite of Hello Scotland and our clients, but it’s just got better!  Dalmahoy, A Marriott Hotel and Country Club Hotel have just had areas of the hotel refurbished, completing the next stage in this celebrated building’s history.

The main house of the resort was built in 1725 and was designed by one of Scotland’s most cherished architects William Adam. Over the last nearly 300 years it has morphed from a family manor home to a four star hotel nestled in 1,000 acres of parkland with 215 bedrooms, a raft of dining and event space and two 18-hole golf courses; one of which is a championship course. Incentive guests can also enjoy a PGA-approved golf academy, a gym, an indoor swimming pool and tennis courts.

Within the original part of the house of Dalmahoy are seven period rooms, which have had a head-to-toe refurbishment and complement the other modern and stylish bedrooms. Not to be left out, the sportier of the incentive guest also benefits from a make over in the leisure club too.

The Bridge Inn in the nearby village of Ratho owns two restaurant barges and these can be used exclusively for incentive groups.  These handsome barges have been a regular sight on the Union Canal for the past 30 years and can be sailed up the Union Canal where guests can enjoy lunch, dinner or even afternoon tea.

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