A Scottish castle amidst rolling hills and green pastures, and with far-reaching views. Perfect for the most idyllic weddings! This castle was built as a private dwelling in 1861 by renowned Scottish architect, David Bryce. Now it is a luxurious four-star hotel, with beautiful public rooms, as if they were created especially for weddings!
What makes Cringletie House a unique wedding venue?
Cringletie offers wedding parties a personalised service from start to finish. Although wedding packages are available, Cringletie can entirely tailor-make the wedding day, with ideas from bride and groom thrown into the mix.
The 28 acres of grounds and gardens, including the historic 400 year old walled garden, offer a fantastic opportunity for stunning photography.
What is a typical wedding like at Cringletie House?
Cringletie's wedding coordinator is available to help tailor the great day for couples! Almost anything is possible, from an owl to fly in with the rings, to a handfasting ceremony, outdoor ceremonies, and fireworks to end a magical day!
What Wedding Packages does Cringletie House offer?
Based on Exclusive Use of the castle, Cringletie offers three wedding packages:
Ruby is the entrance level package, followed by Emerald and then the luxurious Diamond package.
Cringletie also offers an intimate wedding package for two people, where the castle will provide the witnesses for the ceremony.
What Extra facilities does Cringletie House have to assist couples to have the perfect day?
In the run up to the wedding, the wedding coordinator is there to assist you all the way.
The exclusive use ensures that on the wedding day, you can be Prince and Princess of the Castle or Prince and Prince/Princess and Princess as the case may be. Cringletie is very happy to host LGBT weddings.
Where is Cringletie House located?
Cringletie is conveniently located some 35 minutes from Edinburgh City Centre and Edinburgh Airport. The Royal Burgh of Peebles is some 3 miles from the castle.
The Scottish Borders County offers many opportunities for an extra day of exploring. Being in Scotland, an event with Mini Highland Games is certainly an option for some "ice breaking" between groups that do not know each other.