A place to visit, a place to stay and a place to celebrate, great fun for all the family.
Open from 11am-5pm Thursday- Monday from 28th March-31st October 2013
Gunsgreen House is a historic house like no other. Built in 1753 by notorious 'merchant' (read- smuggler!) John Nisbet, the architecture included a number of secret hiding places where Nisbet houses his smuggled goods. The most smuggled item was tea, and the house contains a 'tea chute' right through it's core where the leaves were stored, dry and away from prying eyes.
Gunsgreen is fast becoming a best loved visitor attraction, great fun and fascinating for all the family.
We also provide self-catering accommodation for up to 13 people in both the Merchant' House and Nisbet's Tower, as well as being a stunning wedding and events venue.
We host various events all year round, please see our calendar of events for details.