With its picturesque private grounds, landscaped gardens and stunning views of the River Clyde and Ben Lomond, its easy to see why Gleddoch makes for a picture-perfect wedding venue.
The hotel is licensed to host civil ceremonies and partnerships and, with plenty of space, can comfortably host both the wedding and reception.
There’s a dedicated wedding planner to guide you through every last detail of the event – from the first enquiry to the time you head off on honeymoon. Nothing is left to chance.
After the ceremony and wedding breakfast, you can retire to a luxurious bridal suite with stunning views. The following morning, you can start your married life with a Champagne breakfast served in your room – or join your guests in the main VISTA restaurant for a hearty Scottish breakfast and a chance to reminisce over the highlights of the big day.
Once the home of the shipping baron, Sir William Lithgow, Gleddoch sits within 360 acres with spectacular views over the River Clyde, Ben Lomond and the rolling Renfrewshire hills. Benefitting from a multi-million pound refurbishment in 2016 and with its 70 en-suite bedrooms, Gleddoch makes for an ideal base from which to explore Scotland.
Imperia Spa opened in the Autumn of 2016 an boasts a 17m indoor pool, sauna, steam room, indoor & outdoor hot tubs, conservatory, relaxation room, six treatment rooms offering a range of Elemis and ishga treatments, rhassoul mud treatment room, spa cafe and fully equipped gymnasium.
There is a 6,350 yard, 18-hole championship golf course in the hotel grounds, presenting golfers of all abilities a sincerely challenging round, matched only by the stunning views.