10 best wedding venues in Scotland

If you’re currently engaged you may be in the middle of trying to decide where the venue will be. Your chosen venue will largely depend on your tastes, you may like a traditional church, a hotel or even a pub. If you are looking for inspiration of where to host your perfect day we have created a list detailing just 10 of Scotland’s best wedding venues on offer to help get your planning started.

1 Barcaldine Castle -  Situated in Argyll this stunning venue is also known as the black castle. If you are looking for an intimate ceremony this is the perfect choice with warm, rich colours accompanied by grand fire places creates a warm atmosphere.

2 Buchan Ness Lighthouse – If you are looking for a unique wedding venue which is bursting with history then Buchan Ness Lighthouse is the perfect setting. Built in 1827 this lighthouse allows you to have your closest loved ones witness your big day whilst overlooking the North Sea.

3 Ardoch's – With stunning views over-looking Loch Lomond, Ardoch is the perfect location for your wedding if you are looking for an intimate wedding with privacy to enjoy your day with your loved ones. Ardoch is hired out on an exclusive basis ensuring your big day is everyone’s number one priority.

4 Sloans - Situated in the heart of Glasgow Sloans is a pub with a difference! With 3 floors of gorgeous woodwork and plush interiors it is more than just your regular pub. Sloans is the oldest bar and restaurant in the city and is bursting with history and character.

5 Roulotte – If you truly are looking for a unique and intimate ceremony French roulette where you can get married in a Romany inspired caravan. These caravans are beautifully painted and hand carved out of oak. It’s the perfect place to get married if you’re looking for something out of the ordinary.

6 Glenwhan Gardens – Glenwhan Gardens is the perfect setting for your wedding if you wish to be close to nature. It’s an oasis of peace and harmony in Dumfries and after you’ve finished with the ceremony you can retreat to the tearoom along with up to 50 guests.

7 Guthrie Castle - With over 150 acres your wedding can be held within a 17th century garden. There’s a Bride Aisle to end all Bride Aisles with yew trees along it, which then leads you down to a private loch where you can have your pictures taken against a stunning backdrop.

8 Assembly Rooms – If you are thinking of having a larger wedding then Assembly Rooms is the ideal wedding venue with an abundance of space. The 18th century Assembly Rooms offer a classy venue for a wedding with jaw dropping chandeliers.

9 Jupiter Artland – If you are looking for a wedding with a difference this is the venue for you, with over 30 sculptures creates a spectacular wedding. There’s lawns, lakes and even a dedicated area offering a vintage ceremony in the form of a Temple of Apollo.

10 Howie’s Restaurant – Situated in the heart of Edinburgh Howie’s Restaurant is the perfect wedding venue with a minstrel’s gallery for the band and a great menu for the wedding reception.

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