Kinkell Byre is offering corporate events with a nature twist and a 20% discount for Scottish companies


11th March 2024

Kinkell Byre, the original barn venue just outside St Andrews, recently launched a corporate brochure, highlighting a number of new opportunities, including the recently completed onsite accommodation and nature experiences with Ginger and Coco, the resident Highland Cows and head groundskeepers!

The rustic events venue is well known for its flexible and adaptable barns, capable of handling any kind of event from company away days to large dinners, ceilidhs, lunches, conferences and product launches.

The former farm has recently rewilded 100 acres of coastland with the aim of increasing biodiversity and sequestering carbon. The rewilding project means more nature-based activities are now on offer at Kinkell. The star attractions are the Highland Cows, which have been brought onsite for their positive impact on biodiversity. Additionally, team building activities and off site excursions can easily be arranged using some amazing local suppliers. From Highland Games, tug o’ war, archery and falconry to nature tours on site, to distillery tours and surfing or kayaking expeditions. The experienced team at Kinkell Byre are very open to discussing any kind of activities or entertainment. 

Kinkell Byre has also recently opened 10 self catering Cabins, which sleep up to 2 people in each with double or single beds. They are stunningly set in a wildflower meadow looking out to sea, providing the perfect tranquil escape from the office!

Finally, Kinkell Byre is currently offering a 20% discount on venue hire for any Scottish companies that place a booking for an event before the end of this year. Perhaps an offer that is too good to miss!

For more details, please see their new corporate brochure or their website and contact them directly to book at or 07552 922 291.

Kinkell Byre

Kinkell Byre is a converted barn events venue full of rustic charm and just 2 miles outside St Andrews boasting some spectacular sea views.

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