The intercontinental hotel aka The Principal, aka “The George” is a classic 18th century hotel venue very near to Edinburgh’s Prince’s Street (handy if you’d like the castle in the backdrop to your photos), and can host up to around 300 guests in their largest room.
Scotland’s oldest inn, the Kenmore has also got an amazing view of the bridge at loch Tay from their glass-walled function room.
A 17th century, richly decorated baroque mansion close to Arthur’s seat in Edinburgh. Feels rural due to the surrounding gardens, but actually quite close to Edinburgh city centre.
A small, unique wedding venue in Edinburgh’s old town, the curved brickwork roofs make for an intimate and magical experience. They can host up to 120 for the evening ceilidh, too!
The Dovecote Studios is a unique venue in central Edinburgh. Clean white minimalist walls highlight the tapestry thread theme with a large space for dining and ceilidh dancing.
This Edinburgh converted church offers ornate stained glasswork. high ceilings and a beautiful pillared space for both the wedding ceremony and the reception. A nice smooth dance floor is great for ceilidh dancing, too.
The mansion house in Edinburgh Zoo is an ornate location, with a view over the Pentland Hills, and is obviously close to central Edinburgh. Invite up to 140 guests for your evening do, and day guests also get Zoo passes!
Central Hall is a large venue in central Edinburgh – excellent for a large capacity event, with professional audio-visual capabilities combined with a beautiful traditional high-ceiling church space with balcony.
With space for up to 120 dining, Summerhall is a collection of unique spaces in central Edinburgh. If your tastes verge on the macabre, perhaps a wedding in the Dissection Hall might be up your street!
Not far from Arthur’s Seat in central Edinburgh, the South Hall Complex is a large contemporary space that is nice and bright and open, and versatile for weddings or corporate events.