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5 Mar 2020

House party weddings with the National Trust for Scotland

Bride and groom outside Mar Lodge with wedding guests in the background
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If you’re planning a weekend wedding celebration in an elegant country house or grand castle then check out our fabulous venues. With accommodation and a range of activities on site, you could stay the whole weekend and keep the celebrations going!

Hill of Tarvit Mansion, Fife

Built for entertaining, Hill of Tarvit is a charming Edwardian mansion house with a 9-hole hickory golf course and self-catering accommodation for up to 18 people. Guests can enjoy a game of croquet, billiards or a tour of the house before being piped into dinner in the Great Hall or a marquee in the grounds.

Mar Lodge, Braemar

A Highland hunting lodge in the spectacular Cairngorms National Park, Mar Lodge can be exclusively yours for the weekend. Up to 61 guests can enjoy self-catering accommodation, with five apartments in the lodge and a further two cottages on the estate. Guests can take a walk along the River Dee or head out with one of our rangers to learn more about the estate’s rich wildlife.

Brodie Castle, Moray

Brodie Castle is an iconic Scottish towerhouse set amid beautiful parkland and offers a romantic location for both intimate and marquee weddings. The 7-bedroom Laird’s Wing offers luxury self-catering accommodation for up to 14 guests within the castle.

Fyvie Castle, Aberdeenshire

Elaborate ceilings, lavish interiors and a world-famous art collection combine to create this opulent venue. Fyvie Castle’s 8-bedroom Preston Tower Apartment offers added flexibility with self-catering accommodation for up to 16 guests within the castle.

Harmony House, Scottish Borders

Located in the picturesque town of Melrose, surrounded by a beautiful walled garden and with the imposing abbey as a backdrop, Harmony House and neighbouring Harmony Cottage combine to offer self-catering accommodation for up to 16 guests.

There are incredible places and spaces in all shapes and sizes in the National Trust for Scotland’s care. By choosing a Trust venue for your wedding you’ll be supporting our vital conservation work to ensure that Scotland’s heritage is protected for current and future generations to enjoy.

Find out more about getting married at a National Trust for Scotland venue.

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