Heritage Portfolio will expand its in-house catering and events team at the venue, cementing its relationship of more than 10 years with the stately home.
Hopetoun has been the residence of the Hope family for more than 300 years and the present Earl of Hopetoun lives in the house. Built in 1707, it offers event spaces such as the Adam Ballroom, named after renowned Scottish architect William Adam who designed some of the venue.
Heritage says the deal reflects its new focus on building exclusive partnerships with premium venues.
Alan Duff, chief executive of Heritage Portfolio, said: "We have a strong relationship with the team at Hopetoun and we are very happy to have signed this shared commitment for another five years. Hopetoun is an incredibly prestigious property and is very popular with the corporate market as well as those looking for an elegant wedding venue."
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