Weddings at Dryburgh Abbey
Ceremonies & Photography
Set in tranquil seclusion on the banks of the River Tweed, Dryburgh Abbey’s
remarkably complete medieval ruins make it easy to understand the attractions of monastic life; quiet contemplation and an appreciation of nature are simple in such peaceful surroundings.
This graceful property has not always enjoyed calm existence, but today boasts splendid examples of ecclesiastic architecture and masonry.
The final resting place of Romantic novelist Sir Walter Scott, Dryburgh Abbey offers a beautiful and atmospheric setting for marriage ceremonies.
Suitable for Wedding Ceremonies & Photography.
Facilities:The Chapter House
This elegant building includes original painting and plasterwork, with gothic lattice windows and superb acoustics.The High Altar
A grassed area in the abbey grounds adjacent to the burial site of Sir Walter Scott.
|The Chapter House: ||60 people
|The High Altar:||60 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 Dryburgh Abbey 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 Dryburgh Abbey directly on 01835 822 381 or visit our wedding photography
8m SE of Melrose on the B6404, near St Boswells (turn left onto the B6356)Postcode: