Venues for your special wedding or blessing ceremony in Scotland
including castles, hotels, standing stones…
The Highlands are rich in scenery which can offer a spectacular backdrop and unique atmosphere for your special day.Possible venues for your ceremony include beautiful Highland Hotels and Lodges, a variety of Scottish Castles (ruined or inhabited) and uniquely atmospheric ancient standing stones.
Highland Wedding Bells can also arrange your function at the venue of your choice and organize accommodation locally for the Bride and Groom.
Step aboard the Eala Bhan (Gaelic for ‘white swan’) at Inverness to enjoy a cruise on Loch Ness and see the atmospheric ruins of Urquhart Castle – or perhaps capture Nessie as a guest on your wedding photos? Alternatively, head for the Moray Firth to see the dolphins. Catering can be provided onboard. Small parties only. Highland Voyages also operate alsorts of trips from Inverness to Fort William and the islands beyond.
Situated near Culloden Battlefield just outside Inverness (capital of the Highlands), the Clava Cairns offer a truly magical setting where time stands still. Set amongst the trees, these ancient monuments include a unique set of three Bronze Age chambered cairns each surrounded by its own circle of standing stones.
For a truly unique location, how about Rua Reidh Lighthouse on the magnificent west coast facing the Hebrides and the Atlantic.
Marry in the seclusion of the 1100-acre Belladrum Estate near to the Highland capital of Inverness and Loch Ness. Belladrum Temple is the candle-lit, family chapel and the estate also offers its own stone circles if you would prefer something different!
In Wester Ross, you can get married in the local church or registry office, on a beach or in a marquee. St. Maelrubha’s Church is pictured here on the right.