Broomhall House and the world’s most prominent motoring icon (Part Two)

Above: The Bruce family’s 1923 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Returning from a workshop in Monktonhall where it spent the winter, the Bruce family’s 1923 Silver Ghost is now sporting a pair of very smart period headlamps. This Rolls-Royce fixed head coupe has been kept at Broomhall for over fifty years. Although its body is French – built by the master coachworks, …

classic cars and spitfire in front of country estate

Broomhall House host major supercar event for RAF Benevolent Fund

In September (2018) Broomhall House hosted an RAF Benevolent Fund charity event, organised by Mark Ryan of Driving Scotland, as nearly 100 supercars arrived at the Estate, having travelled in convoy across the Forth Road Bridge. Guests were then treated to special private guided tours of the Bruce family home and its internationally important collection while enjoying the hospitality of …

Broomhall House and the world’s most prominent motoring icon

A visit from a spectacular array of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars to Broomhall House has further emphasised the incredible connection between the Bruce family and world motoring history. At the request of Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Edinburgh – as part of The Leven Car Company – Broomhall hosted the full Rolls-Royce model range.

Driving Scotland visit Broomhall House with thirty supercars

Spectacular journey’s end for supercars at Broomhall House

Setting forth from West Fife’s Knockhill Racing Circuit on a glorious spring morning, around thirty privately owned sports cars were welcomed to Broomhall House by Lord Bruce and his father, the Earl of Elgin. Organised by Mark Ryan, the founder of Driving Scotland, the tour featured two of Scotland’s top emerging destinations for supercar owners –  Knockhill and Broomhall – …