With space for up to 800, Radisson Blu on Argyle street is a large venue perfect for big events. Equipped with 247 rooms, fitness suite and excellent travel links, the Hotel is one of the most accessible venues in Glasgow.
In West Lothian, Macdonald Houstoun House Hotel was built in the 16th Century and has excellent travel links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Events can take place indoors, or out on the 20 acre gardens.
Milton Of Campsie offers dramatic hillside views and is not far from Glasgow. Kincaid House hotel is family run and has a nice conservatory for weddings.
With 4 venue rooms to choose from, Seamill Hydro Hotel is a venue with beautiful views over the Firth of Clyde. The Hotel has stunning gardens and access to the beach.
In Bearsden, Boclair House Hotel’s red sandstone and gardens are the perfect backdrop for photographs. The Hotel has good transport links and a stunning interior ballroom.
The Atholl Palace Hotel has beautiful Pitlochry for a background and is ideal for events both large and small. The airy rooms are ideal for ceilidhs.
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.
Dunkeld is such a pretty wee Scottish village on the banks of the Tay. As you travel down the winding drive of Dunkeld House, it feels like you are moving into some ancient Scottish myth – especially when the mist rolls in from the steep hillsides.
Loch Lomond is a magical location for a wedding, and the Duck Bay offers an astounding view for photos, and for your guests to enjoy. Half way up the western side of Loch Lomond, it feels like another world, and is only around 40 minutes from central Glasgow.