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dalhousie castle

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From their website...

 

Brimming with over 700 years of history, Dalhousie Castle is the kind of place that could have been plucked from the pages of a fairy-tale. But make no mistake, this ancient castle with its complex arrangement of turrets and towers is very much the real McCoy. Once the seat of the Ramsay Clan, the castle boasts an illustrious guest list that includes King Edward I, Sir Walter Scott, Oliver Cromwell and Queen Victoria. Today the castle’s long tradition of hospitality continues and you can still be assured a royal welcome and the highest standards of food and service at this fine four-star hotel.

 

 

The first time I actually shot here was what I'd call a rescue shoot. A couple had contacted me after they'd been really disappointed with their wedding photos, would I be able to help? I'd never actually done anything like that before but it was brilliant fun and it introduced me to this brilliant venue.

 

With the sheer size of the gardens it's a fantastic venue for my style of wedding photography.

Easily accessible from the Edinburgh city bypass, turn onto the A7 South and the castle is only a few miles drive.

 

There is plenty of car parking available onsite.

Mark Quinn PhotographyBased in Fife, I cover weddings
across the whole of Scotland
and beyond
"Choosing Winton Castle for your wedding
would be a very good choice!"

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Dalhousie Castle possibly epitomises Scottish castles in central belt but it stands out for its red brick. I can't think of another castle that I've visited that looks as distinctive as Dalhousie. It's incredible style doesn't stop at the door though...

 

 

The main foyer shouldn't be missed for your wedding photographs. I mean just look at this ceiling!

A slideshow a recent wedding at Dalhousie Castle...

Laura & Adam’s amazing Dalhousie Castle wedding Edinburgh Dec 2020

I really loved the lighting in this room where the bride was getting ready...

Dalhousie Castle has it's own chapel for ceremonies...

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After the ceremony there is an abundance of options for your photographs...

 

Including the gardens...

And of course the castle itself makes a hellvua backdrop...

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