Regretfully due to COVID-19 Coronavirus, Lorne Estate is closed to all members and the general public
Lorne Estate's 21 acres are home to a variety of residential accommodation, outdoor activities, camping facilities and conference space, making it the perfect multi-purpose venue for groups of any size and type. Get in touch now to plan your next trip!
Built in the Scottish Baronial style in 1875 by Henry Campbell, Lorne House takes its name from the hereditary home of the Campbell Clan in Scotland.
In 1946 Girlguiding Ulster purchased the house, which was officially opened by Her Grace, The Duchess of Abercorn in 1947.
Situated just eight miles away from Belfast, Lorne is in the perfectly location whether you want to stay on site or to explore the scenic beauty of Northern Ireland.
Lorne offers flexible residential accommodation suitable for groups of all types and size on a catered or self-catered basis.Find out more
Lorne Estate offers excellent camping facilities for groups of up to 450 participants. With its river and wooded areas the sites are some of the best in Northern Ireland.Find out more
The Marion Greeves Centre offers a modern conference room which can seat 120 delegates for training events, launches and presentations.Find out more
The whole week has exceed expectations. The house is beautiful and the staff have been great!Hilary Thompson
Thank you for organising such a great day for all of my students.They had a ballSuzette Butler
Really enjoyed my stay. Very comfortable and welcoming. Beautiful grounds! Will definitely be returning soon!Rosie
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