We offer flexible catered accommodation in our beautiful mansion house split between 4 separate suites.
Welcome to The Burn
A holiday haven in the Scottish Highlands
Self catered accommodation
We have self catered accommodation in our Courtyard House, which can hold 12 guests, and in the North Lodge, and the South Lodge, both of which can hold 4 guests.
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Yesterday was my lockdown birthday and, like so many others, I spent a quiet day at home. However, I felt extremely lucky that my home is the wonderful event venue and rural retreat known as The Burn.
The Burn - currently a winter wonderland (see photos) - is a very special place indeed and as I marked the passing of another year, I was reminded and saddened by the many cancelled events that should have taken place in this spectacular and historic location.
Let’s hope that the COVID-19 restrictions are lifted very soon so that some of the postponed events can go ahead. Let’s also hope that the social distancing measures are relaxed so that The Burn can open its doors again and welcome guests back to Glenesk. We now have 3 holiday let properties and full details of what we offer can be found on our website at www.theburn.co.uk.
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Wishing you a belated Happy Birthday and thank you for posting such wonderful photos of this special place . At the moment so near yet so far . Hopefully we can visit again soon.
Belated Birthday Wishes David hope you managed to enjoy your day.
Well well old man, another year bites the dust!! Wonderful pics and oh how we are hoping there will be a Wappenshaw in 2021. Many Happy Returnsx
Beautiful photos David, a special place Keep Safe
I'm missing work and everyone.....Happy birthday xx
Happy birthday from the snowy wonderland❄️
Many happy memories of fun times. Happy birthday David, greetings from sunny Cumbria.💂🍷🍷🍷
I do hope that this dreadful situation will be over in the near future. We were to attend the lovely wedding of our granddaughter at The Burn last year, it had been arranged for quite a while , we were so looking forward to it. Of course it was postponed for a while, and then no hope, so sad. Good luck for the future
Love the pictures.would love to see the inside..I’m sure it has changed a whole lot since I worked there.
Happy birthday 🥳
Hope to visit in the summer
Snow has arrived in Glenesk and the 18th Century Burn Courtyard looks splendid in its winter setting. The Courtyard dates from 1796 and was originally the stable yard. During the 1930s the sables were converted into accommodation and the carriage bays became garages for motor vehicles.
Today The Burn courtyard contains a large and well-appointed holiday let (Courtyard House) with room for 12 and a versatile function room (The Studio) which is a great space for yoga and art classes. For further information please check out The Burn website at www.theburn.co.uk. ... See MoreSee Less
Morning has broken. Here is a spectacular sunrise over The Burn to lift your spirits as we start another week in lockdown. It is with new hope that we welcome a new dawn and look forward to a time when we can all get together again. ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful & uplifting 😃
Like most event venues, the doors are still closed to Burn House and not a creature is stirring, not even a mouse. This has been a difficult year for us all and we wish all our friends and followers a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR. Our guest book serves to remind us of times past and our many wonderful Christmas celebrations. Let’s hope that 2021 brings us back together again. ... See MoreSee Less
Wishing you a very Happy Christmas David and hope that 2021 will be a more positive year for The Burn and that I will be able to hold my Pilates and well-being retreat with you after the disappointment of this year. 🎄🎄🎄
Merry xmas to you all from the darling family
Happy Christmas to all the team at the Burn. Here’s hoping for 2021.
Merry Christmas to all the team at the Burn.
Hidden Treasures @ THE BURN. More gardening has unearthed a 1909 King Edward VII halfpenny and a 1939 King George VI penny. Sadly, both coins are in very poor condition and of little financial value. However, the finds allow us to reflect on the periods when the coins were struck.
In 1909 a ha’penny would have bought a half-pint of beer and perhaps the coin in question fell from the pocket of one of the 50 gardeners and foresters employed by Colonel Charles McInroy, Laird of The Burn until 1921.
The 1939 penny reminds us of a time when Britain went to war and the Russell family moved out of Burn House so it could be used as a hospital. ... See MoreSee Less
I found similar coins in the scraping from a rabbit burrow a little further upstream from the Burn House at the old cadet huts I am renovating with the Hedzup charity.