172 Wedding Venues in Highlands
For an older generation the idea of a Highland wedding may conjure images of Brigadoon, for a younger it’s more likely to be one of the Four Weddings: the first a magical tale of the simple village life, the second a full-on posh-nosh with pipes and kilts affair. ..
Both reference the beauty of the location, which we think will appeal to the romantic in many planning their own wedding, and both make much of the sheer joy of let-the-hair-down Scottish dancing. The venues we list for the Highlands have plenty of their own magic about them, rather more top class event than peasant gathering, however. Though with a drop or two of the local potion you may well get even maiden aunts tripping the Gay Gordons. ..
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Assynt House is an exclusive use wedding venue in the Highlands of Scotland, weddings for up to 50 guests are accommodated in luxury, with fabulous food and canapés and a warm welcoming atmosphere.
The setting, a stunning period house refurbished to the highest standards, Assynt House has a 5 star
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‘A beautiful venue for Wildly Romantic Weddings, Civil Ceremonies, Intimate Dinner Parties & Corporate Events’
Lunga House is an enchanting Scottish Country House in Argyll, Scotland. Originally a 16th century Tower House, it has been castellated, turreted and set on green lawns amidst tangled woodland. The house benefits from stunning views
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Glenurquhart House Hotel
Set among peace and tranquillity the Glenurquhart House and Lodges nestle on a secluded wooded hillside in a 6 acre estate with scenic views of Loch Meikle and Glen Urquhart. Here you will find some of the most spectacular Scottish scenery. The area has many attractions for the visitor with
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The former Chapel, a large hall, seats around 100 people for dinner or lunch. A gravelled area adjoining the chapel can also be covered with an awning if more covered space is required.
For an evening dance, numbers can go up to 150 but there would only be seating
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Surrounded by Glenisla's stunning scenery, Forter Castle was originally built in 1560 and enjoys a history as rich as the countryside in which it sits. Destroyed by the Duke of Argyll in 1640, it has been completely restored using traditional materials.
Forter is the perfect location for the intimate highland wedding.
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The Galley of Lorne Inn
Our function suite is a bright, friendly and unusually spacious room which makes it the perfect wedding venue and can cater for events up to 120 people, or more if we use marquees. The function room has a massive picture window with breathtaking views across the Loch.
We are licensed to
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Majestically presiding over the North Sea is the spectacular Ackergill Tower. A 15th-century castle with a fascinating history, it is now an exclusive use venue with the "wow" factor. Standing within stunning Caithness countryside, three miles from Wick and 10 minutes from Loch Killimster, this is a coveted location for
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Ceremonies can be held in the Banqueting Hall or the Sea Room; or outside by the single cannon below the keep, with wonderful views straight up the Sound of Mull.
Duart Banqueting Halls
For outside ceremonies the registrar requires you to have booked an indoor venue in case of rain!
Both inside and
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Loch Ness Lodge
Welcome to Loch Ness Lodge, an elegant and intimate exclusive retreat in the heart of the Scottish Highlands overlooking the mysterious and beautiful Loch Ness near Inverness.
Bringing together the very best of traditional Scottish architecture and more contemporary design, Loch Ness Lodge is a luxurious, boutique Bed & Breakfast
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