A fairytale wedding in a Scottish castle! Scotland still ranks as a top favourite wedding destination and you can understand why!
Herewith a few Weddings suggestions...
Haddington, East Lothian
Sleeps 16 • POA
Colstoun house is a wonderful venue for you, friends and family to escape to. Whether it is a long-weekend, shooting break, bridal party or seasonal break, Colstoun House is available for fully or part catered house parties for up to 16 guests.
Loch Lomond, Argyll
Sleeps 24 • POA
Craigrownie Castle is a Grade B listed building designed by the world renowned architect Alexander 'Greek' Thomson in 1852.
Sleeps 13 • From £1,800 per week
Dairsie Castle stands on a bluff above the River Eden in the beautiful countryside of Northeast Fife, just 6 miles from St Andrews.
Near Inverness, Inverness-shire
Sleeps 16 • POA
Dalcross Castle is a classic Scottish tower house complete with a beamed Great Hall and large fireplace, a stone spiral main staircase, a secret staircase, turret rooms, shot holes and arrow slits!
near Forres, Moray
Sleeps 18 • From £3,500 per week
Dalvey House is a recently refurbished family owned Georgian house set in its own landscaped wooded 17 acre grounds. The house is approached by a private drive crossing a bridge over the Muckle Burn, a tributary of the River Findhorn.
Sleeps 20 • POA
For the Irish hospitality you need look no further than Drenagh, midway between the historic city of Derry and the Giants' Causeway.
Drimnin Estate, Nr Lochaline, Argyll
Drimnin House is a family home situated in an idyllic coastal location on the secluded Drimnin Estate with wonderful sea views. Guests are encouraged to treat the house as their home and a place where they can relax and enjoy the house, its gardens and the estate.
Sleeps 40 • £POA
Drummuir Castle is set in the heart of Speyside and just 50 minutes from Inverness & Aberdeen Airports,making it the perfect venue for a conference, corporate or special celebration.
South Queensferry, Edinburgh
Sleeps 34 • £POA
Dundas Castle is one of Scotland's most beautiful and historic castles. Built in 1818 by the renowned Scottish architect, William Burn, the Castle is now the luxurious stately home of Sir Jack Stewart-Clark and his wife, Lady Lydia.
By Stonehaven, Aberdeen-shire
Fawsyde is surrounded by wonderful countryside, and is fabulously situated to offer the perfect retreat or sporting break.