Victorian architecture, luxurious interiors and stunning views make for a picture perfect setting. If you’re looking for elegant Scottish style blended with modern food and drinks visit DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro and take the pressure off by getting your date set! Your personal wedding co-ordinator will help you plan all of the details and on the day, you’ll benefit from a full team ready to make sure everything is in place, just as you imagined.
Located in the beautiful Perthshire countryside, less than an hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow, 15 minutes from Stirling, DoubleTree by Hilton Dunblane Hydro is the ideally suited for your destination wedding.
We know that first impressions are everything and we’ll make sure that you and your guests are wowed with every moment of your special day, starting with the grand arrival atop our rolling hill and a magical drinks reception that can be held in the Stuart Lounge overlooking the scenic countryside.
Hold your ceremony at the hotel in one of our beautiful lounges or use the historic Dunblane Cathedral, just minutes away. Choose from our grand Strathallan Suite for your reception or our Macleod Suite with an outdoor Terrace. Both offer a private bar, room for a stage and dance floor and air conditioning.
Our wedding menus are created by renowned Scottish chef, Nick Nairn, and they feature the best of Scotland’s food pantry with a large selection of local produce, meat and fish. All of our dishes are prepared from scratch on our kitchen, so you can be assured that you and your guests will enjoy an exceptional dining experience.
In addition to plenty of complimentary parking, the hotel features 200 guest rooms for your out-of-town guests. Everyone who stays overnight can enjoy full use of the leisure facilities, including indoor pool, sauna, steam room and gym. Beauty treatments are available so that you and your wedding party can look and feel your best. The hotel’s large restaurant offers a delicious breakfast buffet every morning, which is the perfect chance to spend a little more time with those people who travelled a long distance to see you.