With its atmospheric, 600 year old Keep, and the 18th century house with 17 sumptuous bedrooms, five-star Dundas Castle is the ultimate venue for fairy tale weddings. Wedding couples enjoy a level of service second to none; with a dedicated wedding organizer, luxurious bedrooms, a romantic hideaway boathouse and the opportunity to marry in the magnificent, 600 year old Great Hall with its vaulted ceiling: one of the most stunning and unique places to get married in Scotland.
Furthermore, Dundas Castle works with a superb team of catering professionals, with chefs who have trained in Michelin star restaurants, adding talent, creativity and a large portion of deliciousness to every carefully designed menu.
Sir Jack Stewart-Clark, owner of Dundas Castle, comments: “We are always so happy to welcome wedding couples to Dundas. When Dundas is chosen by a couple for their wedding, the Castle becomes their home for the duration; the 17 bedrooms, Library, Drawing Room, Billiard Room and the rest of the house are theirs to share with family and friends. We make every visitor feel at ease from the moment they walk through the door.”
As well as the Auld Keep, the elegant house provides a home from home, with chandeliers, roaring fires, comfortable sofas and a stunning staircase, offering flexibility and luxury throughout. Each bedroom has been individually styled by owner Lady Lydia; resulting in style, comfort and luxury throughout, complete with luxury bedding, L’Occitane toiletries and complimentary whisky.
Dundas Castle is perfectly situated just 15 minutes from Edinburgh Airport, which has direct flights from New York, Chicago, Washington DC, Houston, Atlanta and Orlando. Only 25 minutes from the center of Edinburgh, yet nestled within its own 400 acres of secluded estate, the Castle is an idyllic hideaway for a romantic wedding, with an expert wedding team which ensures every couple has the perfect day. From a genuinely welcoming smile on arrival, the focus is on luxury, comfort and a true five star experiences.
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