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Searching for your wedding venue is one of the most exciting and important parts of wedding planning. Your choice will shape your whole day, from the number of guests you’ll be celebrating with to the vibe and style of your wedding. Our wedding venue finder is here to make the whole process easy and enjoyable and will ensure you find the perfect setting to say your “I dos”.

We have carefully curated the very best wedding venues in Dumfries and to help you find the perfect one for you, you can filter your search to include your individual must-haves, such as exclusive use, accommodation and capacity. Search for barns, intimate wedding venues, castles, country house wedding venues and much more!

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Comlongon Castle
Dumfries and Galloway
A Scottish Wedding in the romantic Medieval Great Hall of Comlongon Castle – The very…
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Friars Carse Hotel
Dumfries and Galloway
Friars Carse is a traditional 19th Century Manor House, set in a 45 acre estate…
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Easterbrook Hall
Dumfries and Galloway
Discover a unique Scottish wedding destination based in South West Scotland and begin your next…
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Hetland Hall Hotel
Dumfries and Galloway
Hetland Hall Hotel is an elegant Georgian Country House Hotel set in 18 acres of…
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Trigony Hotel
Dumfries and Galloway
Standing in over four acres of secluded gardens and mature woodland, Trigony House Hotel started…
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Caerlaverock Castle
Dumfries and Galloway
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Venue types in Dumfries

The Queen of the South as Dumfries is nicknamed is a fine old market town with no lack of solid and elegant old buildings crafted in the local sandstone, and its Old Bridge – among several others – stretching across the River Nith. Poet, lover and pioneer of the romantic school Robert Burns lived the last few years of his life in the town, if you are looking for a touch of romance to go with the pleasant surroundings – try Ae Fond Kiss for some wringing of the heart strings, or A Red, Red Rose; but trust your intended is a little more constant in his or her affections than Burns proved!

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