Weddings at Dirleton Castle
Ceremonies & Photography
One of Scotland’s oldest surviving strongholds, Dirleton Castle
is an impressive, romantic fortress dating back to the 13th century.
For 400 years it stood as a magnificent fortified residence for three successive noble families: the de Vauxs, the Haliburtons and the Ruthvens. Following the castle’s damage in Cromwell’s 1650 siege, a new mansion was built close to the picturesque ruins.
Today Dirleton is most famous for its beautiful gardens. Dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, these rival the ancient castle for attention and provide a stunning backdrop for wedding photography.
Suitable for Wedding Ceremonies & Photography.
A small intimate room built for the private use of the Haliburton lords.
Barrel Vault **
This long, unusual vault has ground-level windows which allow in beams of natural light to create a magical setting for ceremonies.Great Hall **
This open air space is the largest area at the heart of the castle, and it also boasts a grand dais.**
Due to essential conservation work, the Barrel Vault & Great Hall are not available until April 2015.
Chapel - 30 people
Type of Ceremony:
Religious & Humanist.
Civil licences can be applied for from the local council.
You can make your wedding photographs special by hiring Dirleton Castle specifically for your photographs, even if you are holding your ceremony elsewhere. Please note that at sites where we offer ceremonies, we do not accept photography bookings more than two months in advance of the wedding date. For information on the fee and how to book your photography please contact Dirleton Castle directly on 01620 850 330 or visit our wedding photography
In Dirleton village, 3m W of North Berwick on the A198Postcode: