Weddings at Doune Castle
Ceremonies & Photography
A magnificent late 14th century courtyard castle with towering battlements looking down over the River Teith and out towards the Menteith Hills and Ben Lomond. Doune Castle
was famously the setting for the film, Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Built for the Regent Albany, its most striking feature is the keep-gatehouse which includes the splendid Lord’s Hall with its musicians’ gallery, double fireplace and carved oak screen.
All this and more makes Doune Castle an unforgettable setting for a wedding.
Suitable for Wedding Ceremonies & Photography.
Facilities:The Great Hall
An impressive cathedral-like hall with traditional stone walls, a replica fire basket in the centre of the hall and a restored wooden roof.The Lord’s Hall
This barrel-vaulted hall is arguably one of the best-preserved in Scotland and features 19th century panelling, period furniture and minstrels’ gallery.The Kitchen
A beautifully lit, high barrel vaulted room - ideal for an intimate ceremony.
|The Great Hall||120 people
|The Lord’s Hall: ||60 people
|The Kitchen:||30 people
Type of Ceremony:
Religious, Civil & Humanist
You can make your wedding photographs special by hiring Doune 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 Doune Castle directly on 01786 841 742 or visit our wedding photography
In Doune, 10m NW of Stirling off the A84Postcode: