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  • Alloa Tower

    Dating from the 14th century, Alloa Tower is the largest remaining medieval tower house in Scotland. Having survived turbulent times, the Tower was transformed into an elegant and stylish home in the 18th century, with interiors inspired by the grand palaces of Italy.

  • Arduaine Garden

    This amazing south-facing garden, on the Sound of Jura, 20 miles from Oban, offers a magical setting for alfresco religious and humanist ceremonies, wedding photography and drinks receptions.

  • Bannockburn

    The Battle of Bannockburn in June 1314 was one of the most important battles in Scottish history. King Robert the Bruce gathered his men to oppose the English army of King Edward II. His cunning tactics changed the path of Scotland's history, for victory on the battlefield led to freedom from English rule.

  • Brodick Castle

    Set against the towering peak of Goatfell on the edge of Arran's Highlands and surrounded by almost 3,000 hectares of gardens, country park and dramatic scenery, Brodick Castle is an idyllic island destination for intimate weddings, family gatherings, private parties and corporate events.

  • Brodie Castle

    Dating from the 16th century, Brodie Castle is an iconic Scottish tower house set amidst 71 hectares of peaceful parkland, located between Forres and Nairn, and within easy access of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands.

  • Broughton House

    This elegant Scottish town house was the home and workplace of E A Hornel, one of the Glasgow Boys from 1901 until 1933. Today, its inspirational surroundings provide the perfect setting for small weddings, corporate events and private functions.

  • Castle Fraser

    Set amidst 120 hectares of beautiful gardens and open woodland, only 16 miles from Aberdeen, Castle Fraser is an idyllic setting for weddings, corporate events and private parties.

  • Craigievar Castle

    After two years of major conservation work, Craigievar Castle re-opened to the public in spring 2010 and has limited facilities for exclusive private hire.

  • Crathes Castle

    This enchanting 16th-century castle, with a beautiful walled garden, expansive grounds and a new dedicated event space (The Horsemill), is a versatile venue for weddings, meetings, team building events and corporate entertaining.

  • Culloden

    On 16 April 1746, the course of British, European and world history changed forever, as Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite army were defeated on Culloden Moor by the government forces commanded by the Duke of Cumberland.

  • Culzean Castle

    Rising majestically from its cliff-top location looking out towards the Isle of Arran, Culzean is an iconic Scottish castle set in a large country park.

  • Drum Castle

    Set amidst the ancient Royal Forest and Park of Drum, on the periphery of Royal Deeside, Drum Castle combines medieval history, Jacobean romance and Victorian opulence to striking effect, and is within easy reach of Aberdeen.

  • Falkland Palace Garden

    Nestled at the foot of the Lomond Hills, in the heart of the Royal Burgh of Falkland, Falkland Palace is a masterpiece of Renaissance architecture.

  • Fyvie Castle

    Dating from the thirteenth century, Fyvie Castle is a breathtaking vision of towers and turrets set in beautifully designed parkland, within easy reach of Aberdeen.

  • Georgian House

    Planned by Robert Adam at the height of his career, The Georgian House, in Edinburgh's sophisticated Charlotte Square, provides a fascinating insight into fashionable society life in 18th- and 19th-century Scotland.

  • Greenbank Garden

    WEDDING OPEN DAY - SUNDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2018 from 12-4pm A picturesque and intimate venue for weddings, corporate events and private parties, 6 miles from Glasgow city centre, Greenbank Garden is a series of ornamental gardens, each with its own colourful character and style.

  • Haddo House

    Scottish Wedding Awards 2018 Finalist - Wedding Venue of the Year (North Region) Designed by William Adam in 1732 and home to the Gordon family for over 250 years, Haddo House is one of Scotland's grandest Palladian-style country mansions.

  • Harmony House Garden

    Harmony House and Garden, in the historic Scottish Borders town of Melrose, offers elegance and tranquillity amidst one-and-a-half hectares of rich and colourful walled garden: an idyllic setting for weddings, family gatherings, private parties and corporate events.

  • The Hermitage

    For a wedding venue with a difference, The Hermitage, in Highland Perthshire, offers a unique and magical setting for religious and humanist weddings and traditional handfasting ceremonies.

  • Hill of Tarvit

    One of the finest Edwardian mansionhouses in Scotland, Hill of Tarvit Mansion nestles in the Fife countryside, 12 miles west of St Andrews and within easy reach of Dundee, Edinburgh and Perth.

  • Holmwood

    Completed in 1858, Holmwood is considered to be one of the finest domestic designs by the Scottish architect Alexander 'Greek' Thomson.

  • House of Dun

    Designed by William Adam and inspired by the Château d’Issy near Paris, the House of Dun is an early 18th-century Georgian masterpiece. Set amid 300 hectares of intricate Victorian gardens, expansive parkland and beautiful woodland, this exquisite venue offers wonderful views of the Montrose Basin and its world-famous nature reserve.

  • Inveresk Lodge Garden

    A charming hillside paradise, hidden behind a stone boundary wall in the historic town of Musselburgh, Inveresk Lodge Garden offers a secluded and romantic setting for weddings and private parties.

  • Kellie Castle

    Dating from 1360, this enchanting castle with its picturesque walled garden was once home to the Earls of Kellie. Beautifully restored by the Lorimer family in the late 19th century, Kellie Castle is an outstanding venue for weddings, corporate entertaining and special family occasions.

  • Leith Hall

    Built in the 17th century, Leith Hall is a beautifully proportioned Scottish tower house in the heart of Aberdeenshire. Home to the Leith family for over 300 years, the house and grounds offer an intimate and magical setting for weddings, corporate events and private parties.

  • Malleny Garden

    Malleny Garden offers a stunning venue, located in Balerno, just 7 miles from Edinburgh city centre. The walled garden is surrounded by woodland and a gentle stream runs behind the Garden, further enhancing the feel of seclusion and privacy. The Drawing Room can be hired for intimate affairs, while marquees/tipis can be erected in the grounds for larger outdoor events.

  • Mar Lodge

    Set amidst 29,000 hectares of magnificent Scottish countryside, in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, Mar Lodge Estate is surrounded by ancient forests and rolling glens, wild rivers and rugged peaks.

  • Newhailes

    Offering a stunning venue in East Lothian, just 6 miles from Edinburgh city centre, beautiful Newhailes House nestles in over eighty acres of peaceful woodlands and meadows. Dating to around 1686 the House has over 300 years of history. We offer a beautiful location for weddings, corporate events and private parties.

  • Pollok House

    Regarded as one of Scotland's grandest Edwardian country homes, Pollok House offers peace and tranquillity, only 3 miles from Glasgow city centre and a short distance from the famous Burrell Collection, in the heart of Pollok Country Park.

  • Priorwood Garden

    In the heart of the Scottish Borders with spectacular views of Melrose Abbey and the Eildon Hills, Priorwood's beautiful orchard offers a romantic setting for alfresco religious and humanist ceremonies, wedding photography and drinks receptions.

  • Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

    Enjoy 5-star hospitality at the home of Scotland's national poet

  • Royal Burgh of Culross

    The Royal Burgh of Culross, on the northern shore of the Forth, is a complete community preserved as it was in the 16th and 17th centuries. Within easy reach of Edinburgh, Culross Palace, Town House and Burgh combine to offer a unique period setting for religious and humanist weddings, corporate events and family gatherings.

  • Threave

    Home to the National Trust for Scotland's internationally renowned school of horticulture, Threave's world-famous gardens, beautifully restored Victorian country house and Terrace Restaurant combine to make a spectacular venue for weddings, corporate events and private parties.