The Royal Scots Club is a welcoming private members’ club in the heart of one of the world’s greatest cities, Edinburgh. Situated within one of the capital’s finest Georgian streets, the Royal Scots Club offers that rare combination; the charm of a country house hotel with a cosy club atmosphere. More personal than a hotel, The Club is a perfect home from home to relish the culture and character of Scotland’s capital city.
The Royal Scots Club is open to both members and non-members alike, offering first rate services such as:
While the Royal Scots Club still proudly maintains its ties with the armed forces, a service connection isn’t needed to become a member. There is no typical Royal Scots Club Member: we welcome applications for membership from all ladies and gentlemen over the age of eighteen, and from corporate bodies as well as individuals.
We had our wedding at the Royal Scots Club on Sat 5th September and it was absolutely amazing, the whole wedding was held here and it was a great choice.
The Wedding of Sarah & Colin September 2014
Our Conference Venues offer a unique blend of traditional and new. Whether you are looking for a quiet and inspiring meeting room or a large and contemporary Conference Venue, you will find exactly what you require at The Royal Scots Club.
The Royal Scots Club’s incredible style is only surpassed by its appeal as not only a perfect spot for a weekend retreat or business stop, but as a delightful conference venue or even a spectacular wedding reception venue, thanks to its gifted and friendly staff.
Our elegant restaurant will ensure that you have the most delightful dining experience possible. Our attention to detail, both in our presentation and our service, are what makes dining at the Royal Scots Club such a special occasion.
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