Choosing the right wedding venue is the most time-consuming part of your wedding planning, but it’s also the most important! Our coastal wedding venues in Argyll section is here to make the search for the perfect wedding venue quick and easy. You can browse through all of our coastal wedding venues in Argyll and narrow your search by capacity, style and more to find the wedding venue that’s right for your big day.
Condé Nast Brides' "Hot 100" Exclusive Use Venue in the UK. Crear offers an inspirational, stylish, space, within a magical landscape on the west coast of Scotland, for your wedding. We offer complete flexibility to host your celebration in understated luxury and complete privacy, together with a... (Landmark Weddings Argyll)
Mount Stuart is a stunning neo-Gothic mansion set in 300 acres of gardens and grounds on the Isle of Bute, just 33 miles from Glasgow. Built in the 19th Century for the 3rd Marquess of Bute, who adored his wife Gwendolen, love can be found in every brick, pane of glass or spectacular carving... (Landmark Weddings Argyll)
Set on the west shore of Loch Goil, on the beautiful peninsula of Cowal, welcome to Carrick Castle Estate. Nestled away in the secluded Argyll and Bute, this newly built luxury exclusive-use lodge and barn is a wonderfully idyllic location for you to celebrate your wedding. When booking with Carrick... (Castle Weddings Argyll)
Set amongst stunning Scottish mountains, overlooking the picturesque Loch Goil, this impressive Victorian private country house is the perfect setting for a romantic Scottish wedding with pure relaxation and total privacy in picturesque and luxurious surroundings. The Lodge provides a Victorian... (Small Hotel Weddings Argyll)
Experience Loch Lomond’s newest exclusive use venue, The Shore. The perfect mix of timeless Scottish scenery and contemporary design, we can create bespoke weddings unique to you for up to 200 guests. From breath-taking wedding ceremonies on our private loch-side terrace to iconic wedding pictures... (Landmark Weddings Argyll)