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Celebrate one of the most important occasions of your life in one of the most beautiful places on Earth. Set on the picturesque west coast of Scotland, Crear's location makes it an unrivalled event space. You and your partner will be surrounded by breathtaking views as you exchange your wedding vows... (Unique wedding venues Argyll and Bute)
If you’re looking for an alternative, relaxed, home from home, intimate wedding venue in the breathtaking Scottish Highlands, you've just found it. They offer exclusive use of the unique & eclectic church home for your micro wedding ceremony (20 guests) in a tranquil & stunning location too. St... (Unique venue hire Argyll and Bute)
Overlooking a beautiful landscape and sitting amongst some of the most stunning greenery that Argyll and Bute has to offer, The CotHouse Inn has achieved that rare feat of capturing the essence of what is so enchanting about natural Scotland whilst still maintaining a modern feel. Originally built... (Unique venue Argyll and Bute)
Dunans Castle is a venue like no other. It is a place for those with a maverick heart and an adventurer's soul. Surrounded by the hills and forests of Glendaruel, you can make your vows amongst some of Britain's tallest trees, walk knee-deep in bluebells and beside bright rhododendrons, and listen... (Unique venue Argyll and Bute)
Family owned and run, The Galley of Lorne Inn is one of the highest rated Inns on TripAdvisor for the Argyll area. Owner Andrew Stanton works with each couple to create a truly unique wedding. The friendly and helpful team are more than happy to help you in any way that they possibly can. If you... (Unusual wedding reception venues Argyll and Bute)