To celebrate the start of our Spirit of Ecstasy Club, we recently hosted an exclusive Rolls-Royce Owners Club dinner in the prestigious Broomhall House.
Located in Charlestown, Dunfermline, Broomhall House sits right at the heart of Scotland’s history. As well as being one of Scotland’s leading country houses, it’s also the ancestral seat of the Earls of Elgin and the descendants of King Robert the Bruce.
With the striking surroundings, the regal history of the building and the building’s historic connection to Rolls-Royce, it was an ideal setting for our dinner.
We took a selection of our demonstrator vehicles to the house including the New Phantom, Wraith, a Black Badge Wraith and a Rolls-Royce Dawn. Positioned outside of the house, they looked the perfect fit and were later joined by our customers’ cars.
Our customers received a warm welcome at Broomhall House and following a welcome reception, were given an exclusive tour of the house and grounds from Lord Bruce before enjoying a delicious dinner provided by Rolls-Royce Edinburgh.
At Rolls-Royce Edinburgh, we want to provide more than just a buying experience. We build relationships with Rolls-Royce drivers built on a shared passion for these classic cars and our Spirit of Ecstasy Club embodies this perfectly.
The Spirit of Ecstasy Club gives our clients the chance to showcase their beautiful cars every few months whilst providing the opportunity to socialise with our dealership and fellow owners. A more personal touch offered to those that purchase through Rolls-Royce Edinburgh.
Please enjoy our selection of photos and the final three photos generously shared with us from Vikki Bruce at MacLean and Bruce!