Urquhart Castle Wedding Open Day
22 February 2013
If you are searching for a unique and historic wedding location, then Urquhart Castle, magnificently situated on the banks of Loch Ness, could be just what you are looking for.
Urquhart Castle is hosting a Wedding Open Day on Saturday 16th March 2013 from 11.00 to 3.00 pm to showcase the three stunning venues on offer, from the intimate Outer Close located in the heart of the castle to the contemporary visitors’ centre with its breathtaking views overlooking the castle and Loch Ness.
If you would like to attend the Wedding Open Day you are requested to pre-register in advance by sending an email to email@example.com
, stating how many tickets you require. You will be given free admission to the castle on the day and will be shown around the beautiful grounds and stunning venues.
There will also be the opportunity to meet the catering partners to talk through any requirements you may have for your reception, wedding dinner or even dancing options.
Euan Fraser, Manager of Urquhart Castle said: “Urquhart Castle is magnificently situated on the banks of Loch Ness and commands stunning views of the famous loch and Great Glen. The Castle is guaranteed to provide a spectacular backdrop, ideal for wedding photographs.
“There are three beautiful venues to choose from, all promising to make your wedding day that extra bit special. Staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about planning your perfect day. We will also be offering booking incentives.”
There are three venues to visit:
The Visitors Centre
Outer Close – Old Kitchens
- offers the perfect venue for religious, civil or humanist ceremonies. It provides an elegant setting for wedding receptions with pre-dinner drinks on the terrace followed by a private dinner, whilst enjoying the breathtaking views. It can accommodate a maximum of 75 guests.
Outer Close – Great Chamber Cellar
- located in the heart of the Castle, the area is ideal for an al fresco romantic wedding ceremony, while The Grant Tower may be available as a wet weather alternative for ceremonies and drinks receptions. The venue can be used for religious, civil or humanist ceremonies and accommodates a maximum of 60 guests.
- this secluded location offers spectacular views over Loch Ness and is an ideal venue for religious or humanist ceremonies. This venue accommodates 100 guests for ceremonies.
Notes for editors:
- Ample parking space is available and the Visitor Centre café is open all day during the Open Day
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