Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House
Innes House

Innes House

Innes has been the Tennant family home over 100 years and provides true secluded luxury in the highlands.

  • Sleeps 38
  • Beds 20
  • Baths 18

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £45 and £74.

We run a very limited number of weddings a year so offer exclusivity and privacy to any potential bride. We have been in the wedding business for over 25 years so there isn't much we can't do....

  • Indoors 200
  • Capacity 200

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.


Innes House, Elgin, Moray, IV30 8NG

  • Weekends

    £6,000 - £8,400

  • Full Weeks

    £12,000 - £15,000

Sitting above the mountains in the Cairngorms National Park, in the heart of the Moray countryside, Innes House is the perfect location for those looking to bring family and friends together for family gathering sand celebrations.

Innes House is currently owned by the 5th generation of the Tennant family. Over the years, Innes house has undergone many renovations with its most recent in 1995 to turn the house into a warm, family home.

Spread across three floors and split into four wings, the house has 20 bedrooms and suites to sleep up to 38 guests. Most bedrooms can be super-king beds or twins, except for the 3 x four-poster beds. The house can also provide a few cots for the smaller group members.

On the ground floor is a large family kitchen with AGA and an adjoining dining room with space for 12,


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House Facts

The house belonged to the Innes family until 1767 when Sir James Innes sold it to the 2nd Earl of Fife, James Duff. Then our vast parkland was brought to life with the planting of a cornucopia of fir, ash, oak, beech and birch trees from all over the world including the rare Chinese Dove Tree and the very rare Virginia Camelia that still lend their mature refinement to the estate today. Francis and Annie Tennant purchased the house at the beginning of the 19th century. Francis, the youngest son of the 1st Lord Glenconner, was one of the progressive Scottish industrialists of the 19th century.


Sang here moons ago Lord & Lady Tennant were very accommodating Beautiful Castle

Always a pleasure


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