Built / Designed For: George Dalrymple
House & Family History: Dalmahoy is a three-story, seven-bay house designed by William Adam, Sr., for George Dalrymple, youngest son of the earl of Stair. The House is today a hotel.
Garden & Outbuildings: A fragment of the circa 1750 Stables is extant. In 2008 the National Trust for Scotland created a new high-definition film of the events of the Battle of Bannockburn to display at its heritage center in Stirling that commemorates the 1314 battle where Robert the Bruce's army defeated King Edward II's men. Shooting for many of the live action scenes of the film took place October 25 and 26, 2008 at Dalmahoy Country Estate.
Architect: Alexander LaingDate: 1786-87
Vitruvius Scoticus: Adam, W., pl. 72, 1810.
Title: Buildings of Scotland: Lothian Except Edinburgh, The
Author: McWilliam, Colin
Year Published: 1980
Reference: pgs. 166-167
Publisher: London: Penguin Books
Book Type: Hardback
Title: Biographical Dictionary of British Architects, 1600-1840, A - SOFTBACK
Author: Colvin, Howard
Year Published: 1995
Publisher: New Haven: Yale University Press
Book Type: Softback
House Listed: Category A
Park Listed: Listed
Past Seat / Home of: George Dalrymple, 1720-70. James Douglas, 14th Earl of Morton, 18th century.
Current Ownership Type: Corporation
Primary Current Ownership Use: Hotel
Ownership Details: Today the Marriott Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club
House Open to Public: By Appointment
Historic Houses Member: No