About Delgatie Castle
Love, family and friends, a beautiful location and someone to make sure that everything is perfect: these are the 4 must-have ingredients for a memorable wedding day. Delgatie Castle cannot guarantee the first two but will undoubtedly provide the third and the fourth ones for an excellent wedding celebration.
Facilities and capacity
You and your guests will enjoy the occasion with memories you will treasure forever. Delgatie Castle is an intimate venue so they can only offer small and cosy events for up to 50 guests.
For a unique experience, Delgatie Castle will assist you to manage a very special wedding day by arranging your minister, the music to be played, flower decorations... They will work next to you to coordinate any other services you could need and demand.
When creating the menu for your big day, Delgatie Castle staff will work with you to fulfil your needs. Food is freshly prepared in their own kitchen using fresh local produce including fish from Macduff and locally sourced beef and lamb. A wide range of vegetarian dishes is available too.
The Castle has largely been in the Hay family for over 6 centuries. It was taken from the Earl of Buchan after the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314, when Robert the Bruce routed the invading English army. Mary Queen of Scots stayed at Delgatie for three days after the Battle of Cirrichie in 1562.
Like many castles in Scotland, Delgatie was rebuilt in the 16th century. The main tower dates from about 1100, while its final extension with the battlement walk above the string course was completed in 1579. The two wings were added in 1743 with the chapel and dovecote on one side and the kitchen and servants' quarters on the other.
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