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Set in extensive grounds overlooking the Forth Estuary, Aberdour Castle is a dream location for a wedding.
Make your vows amidst an enchanting ruin that’s at the very heart of Scotland’s story.
Fairytales are made of castles like Caerlaverock, with its twin-towered gatehouse and wide moat.
Castle Campbell’s breathtaking location adds a sense of theatre to wedding ceremonies held here.
Superb views over gardens and parkland will be the backdrop to your big day at this rural retreat in Edinburgh.
Exchange vows in one of Scotland’s oldest surviving strongholds, a romantic 13th-century fortress.
This medieval ruin on the banks of the River Tweed is an enchanting place to hold your wedding ceremony.
Couples have been married at this splendid William Adam mansion in Banff for more than 100 years.
Scotland’s most iconic landmark provides an unforgettable setting for saying ‘I do’.
Say your vows in one of Scotland’s most beautiful medieval buildings, a truly romantic setting for wedding ceremonies.
Marry in the lordly residence that was the honeymoon destination of Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley.
Tie the knot in the delightful setting of Inchcolm Abbey, on an island in the Firth of Forth.
Marry amidst the majestic ruins of the palace where Mary Queen of Scots was born.
Large swathes of this graceful abbey remain standing, making Melrose an atmospheric spot for a wedding.
Unique among Scottish castles for its age and unusual circular plan, this moated fortress is a wedding venue like no other.
Set amidst beautiful gardens with wooded grounds beyond, this church is an exceptional setting for your special day.
Enjoy your special day amidst Stirling Castle’s lavish buildings and stunning gardens, once the backdrop to royal celebrations.