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#1

Ardanaiseig Hotel

by Loch Awe, Kilchrenan by Taynuilt, Argyll, PA35 1HE, Argyll, Argyll
£60
Up to 50 guests
The history of Ardanaiseig really begins in 1801 when Archibald Campbell of Blackhouse and Finalyson purchased this property of Tervine from the Inverawe Estate which had been owned by his ancestors since the 14th century.

After his death in 1832, Tervine, which comprised a very ancient ferry house and about 1000 acres of hill and rough grazing, was sold by his executors to his nephew, Colonel James Archibald Campbell, who built this house, which he called New Inverawe, in 1834 after spending two years in laying out the grounds and planting trees, some of which still survive.


Colonel Campbell died in 1879 and in 1880 New Inverawe was sold by his executors to a Mr John Ainsworth who had large interests in iron, coal and heavy industry in Cumberland. A condition of the sale was that the house was no longer to be called New Inverawe since it had ceased to belong to the Campbell family and the name was accordingly changed to Ardanaiseig, the Gaelic name for point of land near which the house was built. The word means “the point by the ferry” but the reference to a ferry is obscure.


After Sir John’s death in 1932 his son, Sir Thomas, lived until shortly after the last war. During his time a great number of flowering shrubs of all kinds were planted and the area of woodland gardens was much enlarged. Up till the outbreak of the Second World War, a number of gardeners were employed but inevitably maintenance deteriorated during the war years.


Ardanaiseig was sold to Sir Duncan McCallum, once again the Member of Parliament for Argyll, but this time a Unionist. Sir Duncan’s father, against his family’s wishes, had gone on the Music Hall stage using the stage name of Charles Coburn and made an enormous success with his song “The man who broke the bank at Monte Carlo” which became one of the most famous songs of its era. Sir Duncan chose a less hazardous career and became a soldier, serving in various capacities in China, the Middle East and Bulgaria and then in the Second World War until he went into politics. He died in 1958 and his widow, after disposing separately of Tervine and Ballimore – two of the farms forming the estate – finally sold Ardanaiseig itself in 1963. The current owner, Bennie Gray, bought the property in 1995.


• A nineteenth-century Country House on the unspoilt banks of Loch Awe in the Scottish Highlands

• 120-acres of landscaped grounds and wooded gardens with all the privacy you could wish for

• Scottish Romantic Hotel of the Year 2006, 2012 & 2014; Scottish Intimate Wedding Hotel of the Year 2007, 2008 & 2011

• A glass-fronted loch-side honeymoon suite promising romance, serenity and secrecy

• Award winning food from young chef Colin Cairns

• Seventeen individually-designed and luxuriously-appointed guest bedrooms
#2

Roman Camp Hotel

Off Main Street, Callande, Stirlingshire, FK17 8BG, Callander, Perthshire
£50
Up to 150 guests
The Roman Camp Country House Hotel was built in 1625 for The Dukes of Perth, has been a hotel since 1930. Bought over by the Brown family in 1989 Eric & Marion have been 'keeper of the key!' of this stunning house For 28 years.

Our house is licensed for Civil Weddings, so you may choose to host your ceremony in our Hotel’s luxury public rooms or also in our mature gardens by the river. We have an excellent relationship with Ministers, Celebrants and Registrar of our locality and can introduce you to them. The town and surrounding area offers many alternative venues for your ceremony, including lovely churches in glorious settings within the Trossachs national park, even a steamship on the beautiful Loch Katrine.


Our professional staff will assist and take care of your every need, catering for you and your guests courteously, conscientiously and confidently with a level of service, food and hospitality rarely surpassed by any other wedding venue.


Ceremony rooms include our Oak panelled Library with tiny secret Chapel is wonderfully suited for your Ceremony. The Wilson room with painted wooden ceiling has a capacity of ninety five, while our Drummond suite can seat up to one hundred and fifty guests for your wedding ceremony. We also have a sheltered tree lined clearing on the riverbank with a stone alter, and is a beautiful setting in glorious summer weather.


For religious ceremonies you can use our tiny Chapel off the Library, which is ideal for signing the register in view of your guests.


• Gorgeous Scottish country house venue which is easily accessible

• Number of spacious function rooms available

• Professional and dedicated staff

• Licensed for civil ceremonies

• Outdoor location available for you to say your vows

• Tranquil and unique location
#3

Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel

Beardmore Street, Glasgow, Central & Glasgow, G81 4SA, Glasgow, Lanarkshire
Up to 132 guests
The only Scottish member of the UK's Venues of Excellence and the International Association of Conference Centres (IACC), The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel is dedicated to delivering high quality meetings and events that meet our clients' expectations and objectives. Our number one priority is to create a venue which encourages inspiration and innovation through our dynamic and flexible facilities.

We're here to make sure everything runs smoothly - just the way you want it. We're here to look after your guests. But most of all, we're here to look after you - and assist with every aspect of your arrangements.


We're here to take care of you at every step - and that means complimentary services you'd normally expect to pay handsomely for, including:

- Complimentary bridal suite

- Complimentary parents' rooms

- Complimentary menu tasting


• Four star hotel that combines specialist service with the highest standards and comfort

• Located on the banks of the River Clyde

• Easily accessible

• We can host both the ceremony and the reception at our venue

• Garden provides a magical backdrop for your special day

• Variety of rooms available for you to choose from
#4

The Pitlochry Hydro Hotel

Knockard Road, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5JH, Pitlochry, Perthshire
£3000
Up to 75 guests
ALL OF OUR LANDMARK HOTELS OFFER EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR YOUR WEDDING CEREMONY AND RECEPTION, CATERING FOR UP TO 200 GUESTS AND OFFERING DEDICATED TEAMS TO HELP MAKE YOUR DAY AS SPECIAL AS IT CAN BE.

All hotels hold a full Civil Marriage Venue Licence, so why not get married and host your reception all under one charming roof!


If you are looking for the perfect venue for your wedding, set in wonderful surroundings and complemented by first class service, then look no further than Coast and Country Hotels.


• 73 bedrooms

• Picturesque views

• Indoor swimming pool

• Leisure facilities

• Car parking facilities

• Scenic setting
#5

The Lovat Hotel

Glasgow Road, Perth, Perthshire, PH2 0LT, Perth, Perthshire
£78
Up to 150 guests
Set in the heart of the Highlands, The Lovat offers you a unique and unforgettable setting for your wedding.

We can guide you through the planning stages from catering to chauffeurs and flowers to photographers – whatever our involvement, you will find us there every step of the way.

If you fancy something a little different, this is where we excel – a 1920s themed event or even an Alice in Wonderland magical backdrop – we can certainly re-create that for you!


The Lovat offers you the chance to get married within the hotel in a private room, in the hotel grounds or at a nearby historical castle. Whatever you decide, with our idyllic Loch Ness backdrop – ideal for your wedding photography – our attentive staff are always here to ensure that your day flows perfectly from conception to completion.


• Independently owned hotel

• Easily accessible by car and train

• Number of packages available

• Licensed for civil marriages and partnerships

• Create your own wedding ceremony

• Refurbished and elegant function rooms
#6

Royal George Hotel & Bar

Anderson Hotels Limited Registered Office The Royal George Hotel Tay Street, PH1 5LD, Perth, Perthshire
Located in the heart of The City of Perth, Scotland with stunning views over the River Tay!

Idyllically located on the banks of the River Tay in the heart of Perth, The Royal George Hotel has been attracting guests to Scotland from around the world for over 240 years.


Notable visitors have included Empress Eugenie and Queen Victoria, who made The Royal George Hotel her place of residence when she visited Perth in 1848. She was so impressed with its hospitality that The George Inn was renamed The Royal George Hotel in her honour, and both the Royal Warrant and two lamps, fashioned from the bed the monarch slept in, are still in the hotel today! With this Royal connection, we were delighted therefore to welcome her great, great, great grandson, HRH Prince Edward to The Royal George more recently.


Today with salmon and sea trout crowding the waters of the River Tay, The Royal George Hotel is a haven for anglers, and with St Andrews, Gleneagles and Carnoustie just a short drive away, it is a highly popular venue for golfing breaks. Horsecross, Perth's concert and conference hall is under a minute away from our door and Perth theatre, less than five minutes walk, meaning our guests are never short of activities. If that all sounds too energetic, why not relax by the log fire in The Helen MacGregor lounge overlooking our award winning gardens, where guests have an opportunity to take in the unspoilt views of Perth Bridge and the River Tay.


Only an hour North of Glasgow and Edinburgh and 30 minutes from both Stirling and Dundee, The Royal George is ideally placed for business users. Our ballroom can accommodate 150 delegates and there are a further six breakout rooms and two restaurants. Free Fibre Optic Wifi connection is available throughout the hotel, including our bedrooms. Our residents can also benefit from the free useage of our residents fitness suite and games room. The hotel has hosted The Scottish Government, The Liberal Democrats, The Scottish Labour Party and The Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party for their respective annual party conferences over the last five years and we look forward to welcoming The Scottish Green Party to The Royal George in October this year.


At The Royal George Hotel we take pride in ensuring that our guests have both a comfortable and relaxing stay while with us, and we look forward to welcoming you in the near future.
#7

Woodside Hotel

78-82 High St, Aberdour,, KY3 0SW, Burntisland, Fife
The Woodside Hotel, dating back to 1873, is nestled in the heart of the beautiful Fife village of Aberdour. Perfectly situated, Aberdour sits on the north bank of the Firth of Forth, home to fabulous coastal walks and stunning beaches.

The Woodside Hotel is an excellent base for discovering what Scotland has to offer, whether you’re after a golfing, walking or driving break, or prefer to immerse yourself in the rich history of Edinburgh. We have super fast wifi in all our rooms. We have a fully licensed bar and guests can dine and relax in our historic Clipper restaurant, restored from RMS Orontes.


Aberdour has two award winning beaches and a vibrant high street. Aberdour’s St Fillan’s church dates back to the 12th century and Aberdour Castle was featured in the popular Outlander series. We are ideally situated for day trips to BT Murrayfield stadium, the Edinburgh Festival and Fringe Festival, the Military Tattoo, the National Museum of Scotland, Royal Yacht Britannia, Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile – all approximately half an hour by train – the journey itself is worth doing for the views.

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