Written by Kate Thompson Last updated: June 25, 2015
Take your vows in the great outdoors in Scotland, with its rolling hillsides and famous romantic heritage. The fairytale romance of an historic castle set against the breathtaking natural splendour of the Scottish landscape is truly hard to match. Here’s our pick of seven of the most stunning wedding venues in Scotland, their beautiful grounds and what makes them so amazing.
Kinnettles Castle is a Scottish Baronial mansion, set in the heart of the Angus countryside. Ideal for a grand or an intimate wedding, with unspoilt views, it is private and secluded in its 44 acres of beautiful parkland.
A Georgian mansion in East Lothian, near to Edinburgh with original period features and antique furnishings set within 150 acres of picturesque parkland.
A luxury hotel set in 3,000 acres of land and 7 miles of private beach, in Wick, Caithness, on the North East coast of the Scottish Highlands. Ackergill Tower has much more to offer than its stunning panoramic views.
A stylish and sophisticated luxury 18th century hotel located in the famous George Street in the City of Edinburgh’s historic New Town.
A striking 18th century Baronial manor with its own beautiful landscaped gardens set in a thousand acres of pristine parkland and all just eight miles from Edinburgh city centre.
A 16th century stately home set in 35 acres of tranquil countryside with rich history and royal connections, Carberry Tower is just seven miles from Edinburgh
A magnificent 19th century Baronial castle with sumptuous Regency architecture set in over 200 acres of private land and gardens in the heart of unspoilt Ayrshire. Blairquhan Castle was listed number 14 by the Independent newspaper in their list of the 50 best places to get married in the world.
The venues and the scenery are what make Scotland one of the most dramatic and beautifully atmospheric places to marry. Kilts and bagpipes will make it complete!