Dundas Castle in Edinburgh is Scotland’s most exclusive wedding venue and has just launched a new ‘Royal Wedding Experience’ that is perfect for a Prince or Princess. To celebrate the recent engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Dundas Castle has created its own ‘Royal Wedding Experience’. This is a special package that will include all elements to turn your wedding in your own castle into a regal affair.
Included within this package is exclusive use of Dundas Castle with accommodation for you and your guests, a Champagne drinks reception and gourmet wedding breakfast, a spectacular fireworks display which will be fired from the manicured lawns as your guests stand amongst the elegant flambeaux and a Beating of the Retreat by the Royal Burgh of Renfrewshire Pipe band. Arrive at your castle, not in a golden carriage, but in the same stylish fashion as Kate… in a beautiful car. Dundas Castle’s owner, Sir Jack Stewart-Clark will provide a driver and use of his magnificent 1961 Flying Spur Bentley for you so that you can travel in sheer luxury. You will also be invited to enjoy a private viewing of the stunning jewellery offered by Laings the Jeweller so that you can look like a Princess on your big day.
Dundas Castle is secluded within 1,000 acres of Scotland’s most spectacular countryside and yet is only 25 minutes from Edinburgh City Centre and 15 minutes from the International Airport. It is the most romantic location for your fairytale ceremony for up to 100 guests, followed by a sumptuous dinner and dancing for up to 180 guests. With landing space for helicopters and gated entry to the estate, the castle provides a truly exclusive and private feel. As the family home of Sir Jack Stewart-Clark and his wife Lady Lydia, the castle combines grandeur and warmth in a way that will make you feel as if it is your home during your stay. The 15 luxurious, individually designed bedrooms provide you with the choice to offer your guests a four poster bed, a Jacuzzi or a room with a balcony over the loch. Prices start from £11,000