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Angus

Angus is a county on the East coast of Scotland, some miles above the Firth of Forth. The northwest of the county touches the foot of the Cairngorms National Park. With gentle hills and more challenging mountains, it’s a place awash with fabulous hiking, biking and walking trails. The highest point in Angus is at the intersection with Perthshire and Aberdeenshire. The largest town is Arbroath, and it’s also home to Carnoustie, famous for golfers around the world. Angus has an interesting archaeological and historical background. There are a plethora of sites with many artefacts dating from the bronze and iron ages. The name Angus comes from the Pictish King, Oengus, leader of the Picts, an ancient tribe of people dating back to the early middle ages. There is evidence of medieval stones all over Angus, or even plan your special event at their castles. Angus also lays claim to being the birthplace of Scotland, as the Declaration of Arbroath was signed at Arbroath Abbey in 1320 bringing the independent nation into being. The Abbey is well worth a visit, as is the childhood home of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, Glamis Castle. We can’t talk about Angus without mentioning Angus beef - a world-renowned dish perfect for a wedding reception. The Aberdeen Angus breed originated in this part of Scotland. Angus has hotels, Castles, pubs and clubs for your ideal wedding day. The area is served by the A90 route which runs from Dundee to the south up through Aberdeen to Fraserburgh in the north of Scotland. The Edinburgh-Aberdeen railway runs up the East coast serving towns along the way. There’s also a fantastic steam railway, the Caledonian Railway from Brechin to Montrose. Photo by Lynda Hinton on Unsplash

1 Wedding Venues in Angus meet your criteria

Image of Leonardo Boutique Hotel Huntingtower Perth
Perth and Kinross, Scotland - 50 Km from Location
35 Reviews
This romantic countryside hotel offers a spectacular setting for all wedding sizes, and Leonardo Boutique Hotel Huntingtower Perth is dedicated to ensuring everything is...

 Capacity

2-180

 Price

£52.00

What this venue offers

  • Pet Friendly
  • Parking
  • Outdoor Ceremony
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Fully Accessible
Angus

Angus is a county on the East coast of Scotland, some miles above the Firth of Forth. The northwest of the county touches the foot of the Cairngorms National Park. With gentle hills and more challenging mountains, it’s a place awash with fabulous hiking, biking and walking trails. The highest point in Angus is at the intersection with Perthshire and Aberdeenshire. The largest town is Arbroath, and it’s also home to Carnoustie, famous for golfers around the world. Angus has an interesting archaeological and historical background. There are a plethora of sites with many artefacts dating from the bronze and iron ages. The name Angus comes from the Pictish King, Oengus, leader of the Picts, an ancient tribe of people dating back to the early middle ages. There is evidence of medieval stones all over Angus, or even plan your special event at their castles. Angus also lays claim to being the birthplace of Scotland, as the Declaration of Arbroath was signed at Arbroath Abbey in 1320 bringing the independent nation into being. The Abbey is well worth a visit, as is the childhood home of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, Glamis Castle. We can’t talk about Angus without mentioning Angus beef - a world-renowned dish perfect for a wedding reception. The Aberdeen Angus breed originated in this part of Scotland. Angus has hotels, Castles, pubs and clubs for your ideal wedding day. The area is served by the A90 route which runs from Dundee to the south up through Aberdeen to Fraserburgh in the north of Scotland. The Edinburgh-Aberdeen railway runs up the East coast serving towns along the way. There’s also a fantastic steam railway, the Caledonian Railway from Brechin to Montrose. Photo by Lynda Hinton on Unsplash

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