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Scottish Castles & Monuments

Stirling Castle

Without a doubt, Stirling Castle is one of Scotland’s grandest buildings, towering over the surrounding countryside in the heart of Braveheart country.

The Castle’s Chapel Royal offers a spectacular area for your wedding ceremony, wedding reception or pre-dinner drinks for those dining in the Great Hall. It has a large stage, ideal for a dance floor or entertainment.

The Chapel Royal is entered through an imposing doorway within a triumphal arch surround and the interior is decorated with a painted frieze, dating to 1628. It has a capacity of 200 and can only be used for religious ceremonies.

The beautifully restored 16th-century Great Hall is considered to be one of Scotland’s most prestigious banqueting venues and provides an unforgettable setting for a truly memorable wedding reception.

The raised dais area is perfect for a top table or dancing. With a Minstrel’s Gallery and Trumpeter’s Loft, the Great Hall is an ideal venue for great celebrations. It has a capacity of 300.

Situated close to the entrance of the castle, the Queen Anne Garden lends itself particularly to pre-dinner drinks and wedding photography.
Tel: +44(0)1786 450000

Postcode: FK8 1EJ

Doune Castle

Doune has a considerable claim to be among the best-preserved medieval castles in Scotland, and is undoubtedly the finest castle of its date (late 14th century) in the country. Though apparently never completed, the surviving Castle is a building of unique and sophisticated plan, with architectural detail of notable refinement.

More information on Doune Castle

Tel: 01786 841742.

Post code: FK16 6EA

Culcreuch Castle

Culcreuch Castle Hotel is one of Scotland’s oldest hotels.

The main hotel building dates from the 14th century yet now provides comfortable three-star accommodation, with superb service and facilities.

Located near the city of Stirling, the hotel is the ancestral seat of the ancient Scottish Clan Galbraith, set in the beautiful countryside of picturesque Scotland, within reach of many tourist attractions and accessible for shopping in the major Scottish cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Forming the centrepiece of 1,600 acre Culcreuch Estate and overlooking its own private loch, Culcreuch Castle Hotel is a magical setting for a romantic wedding.

For more information on Culcreuch Castle
Tel: +44(0)1360-860555

Post code: G63 0LW

Plane Castle

Steeped in history, Plane Castle has character and charm. The castle with its spiral staircases, painted beamed ceilings, stone vaulted rooms and thick walls is full of atmosphere. The period detail is everywhere and yet you have comfortable warm bedrooms, plenty of bathrooms and splendid public rooms.

Perfectly positioned near Stirling, Plane Castle has ready access to Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as being an ideal spot to explore the north.

For more information on Plane Castle.
Tel: (+44) 07706 122034

Post code: FK2 8SF

The Wallace Monument

Take a good look – you will see one of the finest sights Scotland has to offer, from Ben Lomond and the Trossachs in the west, and through Forth Valley past the city of Stirling and the Ochil Hills to the Pentland Hills in the East.

Open all year round

Daily Jan-Feb, Nov-Dec 10.30-16.00:
Mar-May, Oct 10.00-17.00:
June10.00- 18.00: July-Aug 09:30-18.00: Sept 09:30-17.00

The National Wallace Monument
Abbey Craig,
Hillfoots Road,
Causewayhead,
Stirling.
FK9 5LF
Tel: +44(0)1786 472140

Disabled Access – Parking

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