Leith Hall

For more than three centuries, Leith Hall was the residence of the Leith family. The development of the house reflects the history of the family, as in many Scottish family dwellings. Built in 1650, the original stronghouse now makes up the north wing. Successive generations enlarged it to produce the current dwelling, made up of four wings around an interior courtyard.

Useful information

Address : 



+44 844 493 2175


2.50 £ (children 1.90 £)

Opening hours

[House closed to visitors - gardens and park: 9am-dusk]