Boturich Castle was built in 1832, on the site of the previous castle. Boturich Castle belonged to the Lennox and Buchanan families originally, before the present owners took over. At this time, the novelist Sir Walter Scott visited Boturich to research the novel Rob Roy. In 1850, the Octagon Tower, was added and became the principal entrance to the castle.
A staggeringly beautiful setting, which must be seen to be fully appreciated. In the grounds of Boturich Castle is not only the most romantic Wedding location in Scotland but also the ideal spot for Corporate Events and Conferences. This family home, enjoys the amenity of 140 acres of surrounding mature woodland and parkland leading down to Loch Lomond.
As a Conference venue, full or half day, in a Marquee tailored to 50 or 500. Smaller numbers can be accommodated within the Castle itself.
As a Corporate Events venue, full or half day, in the castle grounds tailored to groups of 20 - 100.
As a Wedding venue, Boturich can suit most styles and sizes from 50 - 300 with a day room being made available to the Bride and Groom within the Castle during their special day.
Boturich Castle is a large, popular wedding venue on the shores of Loch Lomond in Scotland. Weddings are celebrated in a stunning, state of the art, glass sided marquee on a gravelled site beside the castle specially prepared to maximise the staggering views over Loch Lomond. It can accommodate 50 to 300 guests. The castle setting is a large secluded estate with magnificent views over Loch Lomond and the Mountains.
There is a large variety of accommodation for guests in and around the nearby town of Balloch which is only minutes drive away.
Overnight accommodation within Boturich Castle is not available.
Boturich is less than half an hour from the centre of Glasgow and well placed to visit the many places of interest in the area.
Glasgow Airport – 20 miles
Glasgow City Centre – 30 minutes
Balloch – 2 miles