Find a fantastic place to get married in Scotland. From St. Andrews to Skye, city hotels to country houses, we’ve got all the options with many available to book online today.
Scotland’s turbulent history has left an enduring mark on the landscape in the many castles, fortresses and tower houses that pepper the countryside. These make for very popular locations to tie the knot. All Scottish castles, however, have the power to capture the imagination which explains why they so often top the list of must-see attractions for visitors. If you’re looking for a wedding photographer, Jonathon Fowler provides a great service to make your day extra special.
Some of Scotland’s finest gardens are privately-owned but sometimes open to the public especially for charity, thanks to Scotland’s Garden Scheme.
Perched high above the capital, this is Scotland’s most important and famous castle and for some lucky couples it’s their wedding location. There has been a castle here since the 11th century and each century has seen changes and additions resulting in today’s mix of military barracks, palace, fortress and war memorial. The castle is also home to the Scottish Crown Jewels – ‘The Honours of Scotland’ – and the famous Stone of Destiny, plus the mighty ‘Mons Meg’, a huge 15th-century siege cannon. On a smaller scale, The One O’clock Gun fires from the ramparts each weekday, scaring pigeons and the unaware on Princes Street far below.