Weddings at Inchcolm Abbey & Island
Ceremonies & Photography
was originally established as a priory by David I and later became an abbey in 1235.
It is now the best preserved group of monastic buildings in Scotland. The island is famed for its seals, wildlife and coastal defences from two World Wars.
Today, Inchcolm Abbey provides a beautiful setting for wedding ceremonies and photography.
Suitable for Wedding Ceremonies & Photography.
The Abbey’s first floor Refectory boasts fantastic natural light that accentuates its arched ceiling and unique features.Chapter House
Dating back to the 13th century, this unique room is one of only three in Scotland to have been built as a centralised octagonal structure. Ideal for intimate ceremonies.The Dormitory
Located on the first floor in the east range of the Abbey, this is a long narrow room with an arched ceiling.
|Chapter House: ||20 people
|The Dormitory||90 people
Type of Ceremony:
Religious & Humanist.
Civil licences can be applied for from Fife Council.
You can make your wedding photographs special by hiring Inchcolm 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 Inchcolm Abbey directly on 01383 823 332 or visit our wedding photography
On Inchcolm in the Firth of ForthAccess by ferry:
Forth Tours on 0870 118 1866 www.forthtours.com
Maid of the Forth on 0131 331 5000 www.maidoftheforth.co.uk