Huntingtower Castle

Marry in the lordly residence that was the honeymoon destination of Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley.

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COVID-19 update

We are continuing to review our events offer in line with Scottish Government guidance throughout the COVID 19 pandemic and will update the details as and when we have further information.

Should you wish to hold a wedding with us in the next 9 months please contact the team who would be happy to discuss your requirements and our offering depending on your date.

The information on this page is pre COVID-19 and continues to be valid for future bookings in 2021.

Huntingtower Castle is suitable for:

  • ceremonies
  • photography

Marry in the honeymoon destination of Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley. A lordly residence for more than 300 years, Huntingtower Castle hosted some famous visitors in its time. Even the castle’s unusual plan brings to mind marriage. Huntingtower consists of two fine tower houses, built just 3 metres apart in the 15th and 16th centuries, and joined together as one in later years.

State Room

Capacity: 60 people

Vast windows let the light flood in to this impressive room in the West Tower, which dates from around 1500. Exposed stone walls and wooden floors provide a simple yet imposing interior and a wonderful contrast to delicate wedding flowers.


You can hire Huntingtower Castle just for your wedding photographs, even if your ceremony will be held elsewhere.

Find out more about wedding photography or contact Huntingtower Castle direct on 01738 627 231 for details.

Types of ceremony

Religious and humanist wedding ceremonies. Civil ceremonies by agreement with registrar.


Postcode: PH1 3JL

Just west of Perth, off the A85 to Crieff.

More information

Download the Huntingtower Castle Wedding brochure [PDF, 3.3MB]

Find out more about Huntingtower Castle


Weddings Team
Historic Environment Scotland
Longmore House
Salisbury Place

Telephone: 0131 668 8973

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