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Ross Priory

on the banks of Loch Lomond

 

Situated in an unrivalled position on the banks of Loch Lomond with stunning views of Ben Lomond and the surrounding hills, yet only 40 minutes from Glasgow, Ross Priory is a secluded and unusual venue enhanced by magnificent grounds and

gardens which make up the 200 acre estate.

 

The beautiful location makes Ross Priory a spectacular setting for photographs and our experienced team, with a warm Scottish welcome, ensures it is the perfect place for that magical day. 

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You can choose to have an indoors ceremony in our elegant Carnegie Room with loch views or outdoors in our extensive gardens.  Our Dining Room has a capacity of 62 with the adjoining room seating a further 30 guests and we can accommodate up to 120 in total for the evening reception.

 

Whether you are planning an intimate or lavish event, Ross Priory has a range of packages to meet your requirements.

 

The house has a total of 11 en suite bedrooms with lovely views of the loch, our 9 hole golf course and gardens, all available for bed & breakfast.

There is also a self-catering cottage on the loch shores which has 2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and family bathroom.

For more information or to arrange a viewing

 

 

Website – www.strath.ac.uk/rosspriory

 

Phone – 0141 548 3565

 

Email – lesley.brownlee@strath.ac.uk

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