Finding a hotel wedding venue in Scotland Getting married in Scotland is an opportunity to provide spectacular backdrops, historic buildings and superb hospitality to your guests, while the variety of wedding venues allows for small and large weddings in equal measure. Cultural details such as local musicians, castle hotels and local food and drink bring some of the key elements that so many of us look for, in an experience that harmonises tradition with personal touches to make sure that your wedding day is unique to you. For a sense of grandeur, Scotland has no short supply of unique wedding venues: from baronial castles to magnificent country estates. Lochs, rivers and coastal locations have a sense of wild wonderment unique to Scotland whether you're in the Highlands or on Durness's frowning cliffs. The likes of Ardanaiseig, for example, set against a backdrop of Loch Awe offer a regal country house vibe alongside natural beauty, so it's very much a location that you may want to spend several days at with your guests. Equally, Scotland's cities have a rich heritage that brings an extra touch of class to any wedding day and their hotels reflect that as well. Edinburgh's iconic layout encompassing hotels such as The Witchery by the Castle makes for medieval wonderment, while Glasgow's extravagant Victorian buildings, Italianate palazzo facades juxtaposed with its industrial past make for a dramatic urban landscape. Whether you're looking to get married at the hotel of choice itself, or simply host your reception there, hotels in Scotland cater to all eventualities, while the hearty spirit of hospitality that's so intrinsic to Scottish culture means that even if the sun isn't shining, a wedding in Scotland, be it in a country hotel or a city hotel, is a wonderful celebratory occasion at any time of the year. Just think of the merriment surrounding a Hogmanay wedding, complete with warm whiskies and abundant food.