Heritage Property

Warbeck House

Amount of guests

6

Amount of guests

3

Amount of guests

2

Amount of guests

no

Falkland, Heritage Listed Building

Built in 1886, Warbeck House is situated in Falkland, Scotland. The Category C listed building in a Conservation Area has an uncertain original use but may have been a former bank. It features a Baronial style with notable architectural elements such as a crowstepped 2-gable front, a circular stair tower, and a corbelled angle turret.

Heritage home overlooking the Falkland square, situated near Lomond Hills

The tower was preserved at the insistence of Mrs. Margaret Tyndall Bruce, whose initials are displayed on a plaque. The Falkland Estate’s history involves the acquisition of land by Professor John Bruce and its eventual passing to Margaret Bruce and Onesiphorus Tyndall Bruce, who commissioned various architectural projects and are commemorated by a statue and a monument.

Please note that the property has a double flight spiral staircase and is not suitable for those with mobility issues.

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Amenities

Bed

3 bedrooms:

1 x Super King

1x Zip & Link (Super King or Twin)

1 x Double

Shower

2 Bathrooms

Rennie Dining

Lounge/Dining Room

Rennie kitchen

Full Kitchen

Parking

On street parking

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