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Weddings at Huntingtower Castle

Ceremonies & Photography

Huntingtower Castle
Once known as The House of Ruthven, Huntingtower Castle was a lordly residence for over 300 years and was associated with two noble families – the Ruthvens and the Murrays.

Comprising two fine and complete tower houses, built just three metres apart in the 15th and 16th centuries and joined in later years, the castle’s eastern tower has a striking hall with a splendid painted ceiling.

Huntingtower has in its time hosted some famous visitors, and been linked with dramatic events, but it is perhaps best remembered romantically as the honeymoon destination of Mary Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley.

Venue Details

Suitable for Wedding Ceremonies & Photography.
Facilities:

State Room
Located in the West Tower, this impressive room dates back to around 1500.

Capacity:

60 people

Type of Ceremony:

Civil, Religious & Humanist.

Photography:

You can make your wedding photographs special by hiring Huntingtower 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 Huntingtower Castle directly on 01738 627 231 or visit our wedding photography page.

Location:

Just West of Perth off the A85 to Crieff
Postcode: PH1 3JL


Wedding Brochure

Huntingtower Castle wedding brochure cover
Download the wedding brochure for Huntingtower Castle

Contact Us

Weddings Team
Historic Scotland
Longmore House
Salisbury Place
Edinburgh
EH9 1SH
Tel: +44(0) 131 668 8686

Submit your enquiry online

Use our online enquiry form to submit an overview of your wedding requirements. Our weddings team will then contact you to discuss suitable options for your big day.