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Edinburgh

A capital city and the jewel in Scotland’s crown, Edinburgh can happily play host to whatever kind of wedding you can imagine, from cosmopolitan and contemporary to deeply romantic and traditional. The city centre, split into two halves by the Castle Rock, sees a large planned New Town of neo-classical and Georgian architecture and the Old Town, where the Royal Mile runs from the Castle down to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Monuments and museums are around every corner, and not many cities in the UK -- or anywhere else -- can say there’s a volcano just across the road from the Parliament building. Arthur’s Seat is that volcano, and it sits in a large park on the eastern side of the centre of town. Portobello, a couple of miles to the east of Princes Street, has a traditional seafront and beach.

Edinburgh’s also famously home to several of the world’s largest arts festivals. Most of them happen all over the city during August and early September, but the long-running International Film Festival now happens in June. This gracious city is more than capable of hosting you and all of your wedding guests year ‘round, but you’ll still want to check with your venue about peak tourism and event dates to avoid unnecessary chaos!

4 Wedding Venues in Edinburgh meet your criteria

Image of Balbirnie House
Fife, Scotland
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Balbirnie House Hotel has been honored as the World's Best Wedding Hotel for the fourth consecutive time at the Haute Grandeur 2023 global hotel awards. This achievement marks...

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40-250

Sterling Icon for Balbirnie House  Price

£79.00

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Image of Philipburn Hotel
Borders, Scotland
We only host one wedding each weekend ensuring you have our exclusive attention on your very special day. The function suite has direct access through French doors to the...
Image of Keavil House Hotel
Fife, Scotland
Keavil House Hotel, a beautiful 18th century country house, with an excellent reputation for high quality weddings. One of Fife's most glamorous venues, with landscaped gardens...
Image of Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club
West Lothian, Scotland
Celebrate your special day at Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club. From traditional white weddings and humanist services to civil ceremonies and same-sex partnerships, we proudly...
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Edinburgh

A capital city and the jewel in Scotland’s crown, Edinburgh can happily play host to whatever kind of wedding you can imagine, from cosmopolitan and contemporary to deeply romantic and traditional. The city centre, split into two halves by the Castle Rock, sees a large planned New Town of neo-classical and Georgian architecture and the Old Town, where the Royal Mile runs from the Castle down to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Monuments and museums are around every corner, and not many cities in the UK -- or anywhere else -- can say there’s a volcano just across the road from the Parliament building. Arthur’s Seat is that volcano, and it sits in a large park on the eastern side of the centre of town. Portobello, a couple of miles to the east of Princes Street, has a traditional seafront and beach.

Edinburgh’s also famously home to several of the world’s largest arts festivals. Most of them happen all over the city during August and early September, but the long-running International Film Festival now happens in June. This gracious city is more than capable of hosting you and all of your wedding guests year ‘round, but you’ll still want to check with your venue about peak tourism and event dates to avoid unnecessary chaos!

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