Remote & romantic
Getting married in Scotland
Remote & romantic
We’re lucky here in Scotland in that you can get married almost anywhere, but that can make choosing your wedding setting a tricky task. If you fancy getting away from the big smoke and enjoying a very private celebration, here are five of our favourite remote and romantic locations.
An hour or so north of Glasgow lies a romantic hideaway, complete with a treehouse overlooking the loch. With the sound of water lapping and the smell of wood burning, The Lodge on Loch Goil is the perfect setting for a relaxed, intimate wedding. View Louise & Nathan’s wedding story here. (Photos by Craig & Eva Sanders Photography)
Fancy getting married against a breathtaking backdrop, in one of the world’s most romantic locations? Then Armadale Castle on the Isle of Skye could be the perfect place for you. Read all about Anya & Hergen’s elopment story here. (Photos by Lynne Kennedy Photography.)
With its spectacular beaches and sense of peace and tranquility, the Isle of Harris is an incredible setting. See more of Jennifer & Scott’s intimate wedding here. (Photos by Soraya Photography)
Rugged scenery, windswept beaches and a well deserved reputation for throwing a killer party, make Shetland a fantastic wedding destination. See more of Lisa & Lee’s big day here. (Photos by Nicholas Frost Photography)
Crear, a remote and rustic hideaway on the west coast of Scotland makes the perfect backdrop for a romantic, relaxed house-party. Karen & Jonathan’s full wedding story is here. (Photos by Brown’s Photography)
Does a deserted beach appeal to you or will you be hosting a city chic celebration? We’d love to hear all about your plans.
Looking for a venue that is steeped in history and atmosphere? Check out our feature on Scotland’s historic house venues.