Floorplan At The Hope Scott Wing

The Hope Scott Wing is set over three floors, the basement level, ground level and first level. Take a look at the floorplans below to view the layout of the Wing and allocate your party's bedrooms. 

Basement Level

Accessible via both a lift and stairs, the basement level of the Hope Scott Wing is where you will find the bespoke Breakfast Kitchen and Billiard Room. There are also laundry facilities, a drying room complete with the original 1850s Victorian "thunder box" WC and fishing rod, cycle and golf trolley storage. This level is also where up to three, four-legged guests are welcome. 

Ground Level

The Hope Scott Wing entrance is on the ground floor of the accommodation where several of the public rooms can be found. These include the grand Dining Room, Sitting Room and Reading Room (Lockhart's Library). Two of the luxury ensuite double bedrooms, Sophia and Lockhart, are also on this floor.

First Level

The remaining ensuite bedrooms are situated on the first floor of the Hope Scott Wing. These include a grand four poster (Hope Scott Master), two luxurious twin or double ensuite rooms (Princess Alice and Hope Scott Twin), a deluxe fully accessible suite complete with sitting room (Maxwell Scott Suite) and a sumptuous double ensuite with queen-size adjoining bedroom (Lady Scott Rooms). A lift is situated near the Maxwell Scott Suite making the floor fully accessible. 


With seven luxury ensuite bedrooms, and an adjoining additional eighth bedroom, the Hope Scott Wing is the perfect accommodation for up to 16 guests. ...

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Public Rooms

From celebrating in the Dining Room to unwinding in Lockhart's Library, the Hope Scott Wing provides plenty of spaces for large groups to socialise an...

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Outside Space

Relax in the privacy of the Hope Scott Wing’s courtyard and patio garden, follow in Scott’s footsteps along the woodland and riverside pat...

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Dog Friendly

Your four-legged friends are always welcome at the Hope Scott Wing.  Sir Walter Scott loved dogs, particularly his beloved Maida, who was often ...

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From the Guestbook

We spent the most wonderful weekend as a group of 16 (plus two babies and two dogs) at the Hope Scott Wing. The team were incredibly accommodating and helpful from the moment I contacted them. Pictures really don't do justice to the house and every little detail had been thought of - it was magical!Big thank you to Donald and Dianne for their patience with my many emails and for putting me in touch with Delia who prepared a beautiful meal for our last night. I cannot recommend a stay here highly enough and hope to be back for every celebration I can find an excuse for!!