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Blairquhan Castle – a romantic setting for your very own fairy tale
What do you want from your dream wedding venue? Do you want it to be an impressive, awe-inspiring building that is steeped in history? Do you want it to be luxurious, exclusive and sophisticated? Do you want it to have gardens that were landscaped to perfection 200 years ago? Do you want it to be in the Independent newspaper’s top 15 best places in the world to get married? If you answered yes to all of these – and, let’s be honest, who wouldn’t – you’re in the right place.
Blairquhan Castle is Scotland’s jewel. Situated in the beautiful Ayrshire countryside, this remarkable piece of Regency architecture is far more than just a wedding venue – it has history, it has character, but most of all, it has charm. You couldn’t wish for a more romantic setting for your wedding day. Couple this with the phenomenal food and service that you will receive from our experienced team and you have the perfect recipe for the perfect day.
The spectacular saloon can comfortably seat up to 70 guests, along with 20 more around the impressive upstairs balcony. Once your vows have been exchanged you will no doubt be ready to enjoy a delicious bespoke meal, one that has been prepared using only the finest local, seasonal produce.
If you choose to make use of both the big and small drawing rooms we can seat up to 100 guests around our elegantly decorated round tables. The castle’s stunning dining room is the perfect setting for the traditional cutting of the cake, as well as for the evening buffet and the arrival drinks earlier in the day. Of course, if you would prefer to use another part of the castle for any of these we would be happy to accommodate your wishes.
Once the celebrations have come to a halt, you and your guests will want to retire to your respective rooms in either the castle itself or one of the eight cottages situated within the estate. Come the morning, you will all be able to reconvene in the dining room for a scrumptious breakfast before beginning the rest of your lives together.
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