Accommodation and catering at Lendrick Muir
Come and stay for the weekend – or longer! Enjoy flexible accommodation, ideal for youth groups, conferences and more.
Three flexible units
At Lendrick Muir the house is divided into several different areas and you can book one or more of these, depending on the size of your group:
This part of the old house features a grand staircase and the rather beautiful Drawing Room. Sleeps from 31 in rooms of 2 to 8. All sleeping accommodation is on the first floor.
Also in the main house, the Cleish and Ochil units have now been merged to form one unit with accommodation for up to 71 on the first and second floor as well as a disabled access room on the ground floor. Rooms sleep 1 to 7. You’ll have access to the Kilpatrick Room (our large, flexible meeting room), the sunny Orangery and quiet Library for relaxing.
This modern wing of the house offers ground floor sleeping accommodation for up to 50. These used to be dormitory style rooms, but the rooms now sleep 1 to 8 giving greater flexibility formost group types. Has a large meeting room with games facilities.
Our commercial standard kitchens each includes at least one six burner gas cooker with oven, commercial dishwasher, fridge, freezer, and food mixer. Cooking utensils, baking trays, cutlery and crockery are all provided. We also provide cleaning materials and liquids for dishes, surfaces, dishwasher and floors, kitchen linen and black bags.
There are facilities to recycle glass, plastics, aluminium and food.
When you book with us you can choose whether you want a self-catered, part-catered or fully-catered event. Here’s how it works:
You are responsible for planning and cooking all meals, serving, clearing and washing dishes. On arrival, a member of staff will carry out a kitchen induction with your chief cook.
The Lendrick Muir staff will provide breakfast, lunch and dinner but you will serve meals, clear, wash and store used dishes; clear and wipe tables; and reset for the next meal. There is a dishwasher in each unit for this purpose as well as cloths and dishtowels. You are also responsible for providing and preparing snacks and suppers. The centre will provide tea, coffee and milk, but groups are asked to bring their own eatables. The centre will provide a tray of baking on arrival as part of our welcome to you. Evening meal on arrival can be booked at an extra cost.
Centre staff will prepare and serve all meals and wash up afterwards. A light supper will be laid out for self service. Evening meal on arrival can be booked at an extra cost. Catered groups are required to clear used dishes onto trolleys.
- Please let us know about special dietary requirements in advance, so we can cater for everyone.
- Guests visiting for the day will have use of booked units plus the shared centre facilities. We need to know numbers of day visitors beforehand and any dietary needs.
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Occupancies at a glance
Moubray – minimum occupancy 31; max occupancy 42
Ochil – minimum occupancy 56; max occupancy 71
Glendevon – minimum occupancy 37; max occupancy 50
Main house (Moubray & Ochil) – minimum occupancy 87; max occupancy 113
Whole centre (all 3 units) – minimum occupancy 124; max occupancy 165