Duff House is suitable for:
- religious and humanist ceremonies
Civil ceremonies by agreement with registrar.
Couples have been wed at this grand country house for more than 100 years. Duff House is a splendid baroque mansion designed and built by architect William Adam in the 18th century. Striking classical gilt interiors create a romantic and elegant atmosphere. Formerly home to the earls of Fife, Duff House is now a gallery of nationally important works and an enchanting wedding location.
Capacity: 80 people (seated)
Exchange vows against a grand backdrop where the earls of Fife once entertained their guests. This very special wedding venue features Thomas Chippendale furniture, and ornate 18th-century tapestries adorn the salon walls.
North Drawing Room
Capacity: 25 people (seated)
Bring your nearest and dearest together in this elegant public room. The tranquil atmosphere of the North Drawing Room makes it a memorable setting for an intimate wedding ceremony. It may also serve as a private space in which to sign the register.
Capacity: 50 people (seated)
For a smaller wedding ceremony, you can opt for this impressive setting on the first floor. The vestibule is also the ideal all-weather location for stunning wedding photography.
You can hire Duff House just for your wedding photographs, even if your ceremony will be held elsewhere.
Find out more about wedding photography or contact Duff House direct on 01261 818 181 for details.
Types of ceremony
Religious and humanist wedding ceremonies. Civil ceremonies by agreement with registrar.
Postcode: AB45 3SX
Near Banff, just off the A98.
Download the Duff House wedding brochure [PDF, 674KB]
Find out more about Duff House.
Historic Environment Scotland
Telephone: 0131 668 8831
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