The Rowantree is our smaller, adjoining venue and is a 'mini' version of The Caves.
The Rowantree was originally called Lucky Middlesmass’s Tavern and is mentioned is poems by Robert Ferguson. It was the watering hole for the all the key figures in the Scottish Enlightenment, Rabbie Burns, David Hume, Adam smith, Deacon Brodie, with visits from James Watt and Benjamin Franklin.
Steeped in history and fabulously cosy The Rowantree is the ideal venue for those more personal weddings and events.
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"Hi Lisa, Thanks for all the work for last Friday. I think everyone had a great time. They were all impressed with the venue. Thanks to your staff especially Johnnie and the chef." Bill Bealy