The famous annual Burns Supper ‘Burns Night’ returns this year to Prestonfield House. The luxurious hotel is hosting an evening of celebration and revelry in honour of iconic poet Robert Burns.
As the end of January rapidly approaches, those in Scotland eagerly anticipate Burns Night – a celebration of the great Scottish poet Robert Burns, on the 25th of each year. Burns Night has been celebrated annually since 1801 to commemorate not only the life of the beloved Scottish Bard, but also a number of cultural traditions, such as Scotland’s natural beauty and its inhabitants – with an emphasis on whisky, haggis and revelry of course!
Prestonfield House– Edinburgh’s most exclusive and luxury hotel – returns with its legendary Burns Supper on Thursday 26th January, providing an evening of fine dining and cultural delights. Guests will be greeted with a welcome drink before sitting down for an indulgent three-course supper, accompanied by the usual mix of wit, wine, whisky and wisdom from the revered guest speakers. The evening will be in aid of Prestonfield’s charity Prostate Scotland, with a live auction to raise money for the cause, followed by one or two musical surprises. Guests will not want to miss out on this iconic evening of merriment and celebration in honour of ‘Rabbie’ Burns himself.
About Prestonfield House
Opulence, theatre, and luxury are combined at Prestonfield House, a unique 5-star hotel in one of Edinburgh’s finest historic buildings, dating back to the 17th century. Just five minutes from Edinburgh city centre, James Thomson’s Prestonfield House is Edinburgh’s most exclusive luxury hotel, offering the privacy and seclusion of a country estate right in the heart of Edinburgh.
The hotel itself is situated within 20 acres of gardens and located next to the stunning Arthur’s Seat, offering the perfect location for those looking to explore Edinburgh, but avoid the hustle and bustle of the city. No room is alike, each of the 18 luxurious bedrooms and five romantic suites are decorated with unique antique furniture and characterful feature beds. Prestonfield House is also home to Rhubarb Restaurant, a haven of velvety cosiness at the heart of Prestonfield House.