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...
Sleeps 12 • From £3250 per weekend
Surrounded by stunning scenery in Glenisla, Forter Castle was built in 1560 and enjoys a history as rich as the countryside in which it sits.
Sleeps 34 • £POA
High on a hill above the West Coast fishing village of Ballantrae sits Glenapp Castle - a spectacular Scottish Baronial Mansion amid 30 acres of totally private and exceptionally beautiful gardens.
Sleeps 32 • POA
Glenborrodale Castle, situated on the Ardnamurchan peninsular, is a magnificent example of a Baronial castle with its red sandstone walls and enviable position offering unsurpassed views over Loch Sunart.
Glin, Co Limerick
Sleeps 30 • £POA
Glin Castle, home of the Knight of Glin, stands on the banks of the River Shannon amidst a 500 acre demense.
Aberlady, East Lothian
The house is situated on a private estate on the shores of the Firth of Forth and enjoys uninterrupted views over the sea to Edinburgh and Fife beyond. The house is ideally suited for golfing and family holidays there are twenty two golf courses within a thirty minute drive!
Gullane, East Lothian
Sleeps 40 • £POA
An elegant Scottish Edwardian country house overlooking the world famous greens of the 9th & 18th holes of Muirfield which has earned itself a reputation as 'a golfers' paradise'!
By Forfar , Angus
Sleeps 24 • £POA
Guthrie Castle is a perfect venue for a special occasion whether a wedding, corporate event or a large family reunion. Situated just an hour and a half from Edinburgh.
Harburn Estate, West Lothian
Sleeps 40 • From £7,650 per week
Harburn was originally built in 1804 for Alexander Young after the original mansion house had been blown up by Oliver Cromwell. Harburn now has 8 double bedrooms all with their own bathrooms.
Nestling in the foothills of the mighty Ben Nevis, Inverlochy Castle sits amidst some of Scotland's finest scenery. Inverlochy had been a private residence for over a hundred years until 1969 when it was converted from a family home to Scotland's finest country house hotel.
Sleeps 42 • From £115 pppn B&B
An area of spectacular natural beauty – heaven for fisherman, walkers and birdwatchers alike, this is a real retreat. At the end of a wonderful day come back to the Inver Lodge for a gastronomic experience in the Chez Roux Restaurant.