To budget for your wedding we have provided our Wedding Calculator tool where you can easily customise your stay and wedding at Comlongon Castle .
Once you have booked your wedding with us you are free to choose the location of your ceremony.
The Great Hall of the 600 hundred year old Castle is our main room to host wedding ceremonies. Forming the most important part of the Medieval Castle it has a handpainted ceiling, decorated with a plethora of shields and heraldic devices and colourful banners. Lit by candlelight and a huge blazing log fire.
Please be aware that due to the age and nature of the building that this room is accessed by a spiral stone staircase and is not suitable for disabled guests. Once you have booked your wedding with us you have the choice on the day as to the location of your ceremony, subject to arrangements with sub-contractors.
For those guests who have mobility restrictions the lower hall is a more suitable venue.
The Lower Hall of the Castle is suitable for smaller groups and is accessed by climbing four stone steps. Once the storage basement for the Castles supplies, it has been converted to allow weddings to be performed.
This stone vaulted room houses the ancient fresh water well, originally the only source of water for the Castle. Lit by candlelight with displays of weapons and banners, this room provides a more intimate location than the Great Hall.
The Crannag (an ancient Scots word for a meeting place) is in the form of a semi-ruined chapel in the gardens. It offers stunning views across the gardens. A roofless outdoor venue this is more suitable for summer weddings for those couples who wish to marry outside.
As this location is very well lit it offers the perfect location for evening weddings or Lairds Blessing ceremonies.
Our recently converted Dovecot is the perfect location for smaller intimate weddings.
More suitable for parties of less than 10 it stands in the middle of the gardens at one end of our wedding path.
Although roofed this venue is more suitable for summer weddings.
The Great Oak is an ancient evergreen oak tree situated below the Castle walls, surrounded by a series of terraced gardens. This location has proved a perfect setting for informal summer weddings. Floodlit it provides an ideal location for evening ceremonies and Blessings.
Of note is the large granite boulder below the tree believed to be a Celtic meeting stone.
Every group that books Comlongon can have their choice of where they marry at no extra cost. Couples can, on the day, decide to alter their choice of wedding location depending upon season or weather.
There are numerous locations in our extensive landscaped gardens that allow each client to tailor their own ceremony.
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Comlongon Castle, Clarencefield, Dumfries, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland, DG1 4NA