Affordable Wedding Venues for Hire in Scotland

Affordable Wedding Venues for Hire in Scotland

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Top Affordable Wedding Venues in Scotland

Booking a wedding in Scotland? Here at Tagvenue, we want to help you take the stress of a venue hunt away, so we prepared a list of top Scottish wedding venues for you to choose from for your big day! Whether you are looking for a romantic castle wedding, a sleek and modern ceremony, or a traditional handfasting in the outdoors, Scotland has it all. So don’t wait any longer. Go to our search bar, enter your requirements and book your dream wedding venue with just a few clicks!

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FAQs about Wedding Venues in Scotland

What parts of Scotland are most popular for a wedding?

Atmospheric Scotland offers prospective wedding parties an impressive range of choices. Popular urban locations include Edinburgh, known for its castle and historic charm, but also check out venues in Glasgow, Dundee, and Inverness. They are all familiar wedding favourites for their easy transport links, range of vendors and one-of-a-kind venues. Loch Lomond and the Trossachs are a popular choice for those heading to the countryside and are an easy drive from the city. Glencoe or the Isle of Skye in the north of the country, while a bit more remote, are also favourites.

How much does it cost to hire a wedding venue in Scotland?

When searching for a wedding venue, expect prices to vary depending on your wedding party expectations. However, when looking for a minimum spend venue in Scotland, you can expect costs to range between £50 to £1000, or even a little bit more. For venues using the hire fee model, expect prices from £150 to £600 per session. For costs per person, expect to find venues charging between £25 to £180 for an event. (All data taken from Tagvenue.)

Can I be married outdoors in Scotland?

Luckily, unlike the rest of the UK, Scotland allows outdoor weddings as long as you abide by a few small conditions. Once you have secured a venue or appropriate piece of ground, you will simply need to contact a proper celebrant. Bear in mind that the weather here may be rather damp on occasion, so make sure you have an acceptable alternative planned. Your paperwork from the Scottish Registrar will specify the wedding location, so make sure to take this aspect into account when planning alternate accommodation.

What are some affordable wedding venues in Scotland?

Many couples are simply not prepared to spend most of their budget on the wedding venue. For that reason, it is quite common practice to seek out event spaces with a lower price tag. Scotland is rich in options. Here are a few of our favourites:

  • The Scotsman Hotel - Situated in the Old Town of Edinburgh, this lovely hotel offers lower-priced renting fees and an excellent atmosphere full of character.
  • Season Quayside - This lovely Edinburgh venue offers a small conservatory with a very reasonable minimum spend.
  • Radisson Blu Hotel Edinburgh City - Located in the heart of Edinburgh, this hotel offers various per person wedding packages, allowing you to choose the one that suits your budget.

What are some unusual wedding venues in Scotland?

Don’t be afraid to look beyond your nearest hotel function room. Unusual venues offer couples a chance to take their event somewhere truly sublime, whether it is a historic whiskey distillery or a fairytale castle:

  • Arta - A Mediterranean-inspired venue in Glasgow, enjoy the quirky charm of this elegant venue.
  • The Clydeside Distillery - One of Glasgow’s historic treasures, this venue now boasts a sleek and modern finish, and events can include informal distillery tours.
  • Lews Castle - With views of the Stornoway harbour, this historic castle on the Isle of Lewis is sure to wow your guests. Striking period architecture and luxurious fit out guarantee an elegant and one-of-a-kind affair.
  • Drumtochty Castle - This 19th-century castle offers exquisite neo-gothic design and 350 acres of primeval forest. Perfect for those seeking an authentic Scottish castle experience.

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