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Wedding Venues in Scotland

117 results

Thirlestane Castle

From £600
2 to 1000
Guests

Dryburgh Abbey Hotel

From £30
150
Guests

Raemoir House

From £25
20 to 400
Guests

Fairmont St Andrews

400
Guests

Newhall Estate

40 to 160
Guests

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Glasgow Central

From £50
20 to 1000
Guests

The Station Hotel

1 promotion -3% Discount
From £50
15 to 1000
Guests

Cherrytrees

From £50
2 to 40
Guests

Alladale Wilderness Reserve

From £15,000
20
Guests

Ness Walk

30 to 75
Guests

The Engine Works

From £4,000
60 to 250
Guests

The Drury

1 promotion -5% Discount
2 to 35
Guests

Alexander House Scotland

From £3,000
2 to 120
Guests

The Inn At Charlestown

From £49.95
30 to 150
Guests

Borthwick Castle

2 to 85
Guests

Macdonald Crutherland House

400
Guests

Duns Castle

1 promotion -5% Discount
From £2,500
2 to 23
Guests

Blairquhan Castle

From £200
20 to 120
Guests

Kingsmills Hotel

400
Guests

Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort

From £63
20 to 160
Guests

Glamis Castle

Trump Turnberry Resort

2 promotions
From £60
10 to 1000
Guests

Carfraemill

400
Guests

Riddle's Court

From £45
2 to 60
Guests

Muthu Newton Hotel

3 promotions
From £34
50 to 250
Guests

Kilmartin Castle

1 promotion
From £2,400
2 to 10
Guests

Rossie on the Earn

From £4,400
20 to 160
Guests

Norwood Hall Hotel

From £4,000
10 to 250
Guests

DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh City Centre

1 promotion
From £15
2 to 150
Guests

Holiday Inn Glasgow - East Kilbride

1 promotion
30 to 250
Guests

Cluny Castle

2 promotions
From £6,000
2 to 500
Guests

Kippilaw House

From £99
25 to 250
Guests

Doubletree by Hilton Edinburgh Airport

1 promotion
From £49.50
10 to 250
Guests

The National Piping Centre

From £500
20 to 120
Guests

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian

2 to 250
Guests

Blackhouse Forest Estate

From £3,500
6 to 200
Guests

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Scotland Wedding Venues: Your Wedding Venue Planning Guide for Scotland

Scotland is a world upon itself, filled with towering mountains, rolling green hills, a rugged coastline, and some of the most exciting cities in the world. As you begin to plan your big day, you simply can't go wrong when choosing a wedding venue in Scotland. This historic country of highland legends, dramatic battlefields, and excellent whisky can offer you some of the most scenic backdrops and gorgeous venues on the planet. Its lively cities, including Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen also provide access to great restaurants, museums, and pubs for your out-of-town friends and family.

Your Dream Is Your Limit When Choosing Wedding Venues in Scotland

Scotland is a country that is deeply proud of its history but also focused on enjoying the world's modern conveniences. You can have both history and luxury when you begin searching for a Scotland wedding venue. The country offers many historic hotels and mansion wedding venues, some that have collected stories of triumph and tragedy over hundreds of years.

You also can't beat the scenery in Scotland. Imagine walking down the aisle with the gorgeous highlands as your backdrop or the mountains rising in the distance. Scotland is also a place known for its endless skies that can fill your wedding photos, especially during a sunset ceremony.

That sky is truly the limit when it comes time to choose your venue. Consider getting married in a lighthouse or even an ancient castle that were once home to Highlander kings and queens. It can all be yours on your special day, as long as your wedding budget allows!

How to Choose the Right Scotland Wedding Venue

Your biggest challenge might not be finding the perfect wedding venue in Scotland, but rather choosing from so many great options. That's why it is so important to schedule tours of several different venues so you can effectively compare a variety of different places.

Request a walkthrough of the venue and make sure you ask the venue coordinator plenty of questions. You'll want to know the total cost of the venue as well as average cost per guest (make sure you have a rough estimate of your guest list). Ask about the venue deposit and when it is due.

Since Scotland is known – to put it mildly – for its unpredictable weather, ask about whether the venue can offer tents and canopies if Mother Nature decides to show up in force on your special day. It's also useful to ask about heating and air conditioning so your guests can be comfortable in the reception hall.

Not every venue allows you to bring in your own vendors, so double check with each venue you tour. After all your venue tours, compare the pricing from each and check in with your gut, which will probably have the right answer for you.

Your big day will come faster than you think, and there's so much to do. To get organized, start by checking out our wedding to-do list and then test out our other tools to stay on track so you can have the magical Scottish wedding you deserve.

Wedding Venues in Scotland with Real Weddings published

  • Rating 5.0 out of 5, 24 reviews
     · Castle Weddings . Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen & Deeside
  • Rating 5.0 out of 5, 7 reviews
     · Large Hotel Weddings . Langbank, Dumfries Galloway & Ayrshire
  • Castle Weddings . Fife , Fife & Angus
  • Rating 5.0 out of 5, 24 reviews
     · Castle Weddings . South Queensferry, Lothian & Borders
  • Rating 5.0 out of 5, 2 reviews
     · Castle Weddings . Gifford, Lothian & Borders
  • Rating 5.0 out of 5, 79 reviews
     · Sporting . Melrose , Lothian & Borders
  • Rating 5.0 out of 5, 13 reviews
     · Pet Friendly Weddings . West Lothian , Lothian & Borders

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