Luxury Wedding Venues in Central, East and North East Scotland

Central, East & North East Scotland boasts a varied undulating countryside in which you can explore impressive castles, palaces, medieval burghs, charming villages, outstanding golf courses and famous distilleries. Wedding Venues Central, East and North East Scotland Dunkeld House Hotel and Glamis Castle, Angus are listed below.
20 Results In Or Near Central, East and North East Scotland
Nestled on the banks of the River Tay sits the luxurious Dunkeld House Hotel. The historic country house, built by the 7th Duke of Atholl, mixes the splendour
This amazing fairy tale castle with its soaring turrets, atmospheric rooms, and remarkable gardens is a beautiful wedding location. As you and your guests make your way down the mile-long avenue to reach the castle in its beautiful Scottish parkland the sense of occasion will be immense.
Set amongst the rolling hills of Perthshire, Murrayshall House is the most exquisite venue for your wedding.
A wedding at Glen Tanar is uniquely special. Think stately elegance and modern luxury, with a generous helping of authentic Highland heritage and breathtaking scenery on the side. Small or extravagant, a civil or religious ceremony, you'll have all the romance of the Scottish Highlands in a single setting. Widely regarded as one of Scotland's finest wedding venues, the magnificent Victorian Ballroom at Glen Tanar has hosted celebrations for over a century. Built by Glen Tanar's original fo...
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Tucked away behind stone walls in the charming village of Inveresk, enter to discover a delightful hillside garden offering an oasis of calm and tranquillity for an ideal wedding. Inveresk Lodge Garden is available to hire throughout the year from 9am until late.
Scottish castle wedding venue close to Edinburgh. Private estate with beautiful gardens for indoor and outdoor weddings.
Ardoe House Hotel and Spa offers a unique wedding experience by combining modernism and heritage.
A Fairytale Castle for a Fairytale Wedding Once upon a Time, There Was a Castle. Scotland's Oldest Inhabited Castle, with Towers, Turrets and a Moat. the Stuff
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