We make your Highland Wedding dreams come true -
whatever your hearts desire is possible!

Your wedding will be unique

Ceremonies of any kind can take place in the tranquil walled garden or in one of our wonderful reception rooms.

After the ceremony, the grounds are free for your guests to discover in their own time before your wedding breakfast is served in our marquee, which covers the walled garden and fountain adjoining the ballroom.

Your guests can take advantage of a well-stocked bar and there is ample room for dancing. Whatever your choice, the Scottish weather will not be permitted to spoil your day or night.

Never want the day to end? Stay the night!

For honeymooners we have an exceptional suite comprising of bedroom with an oak four-poster bed, private sitting room with dining area and en suite bathroom.

For your guests, we have up to 13 more beautifully decorated rooms, a sitting room and a library to feel at home in. All rooms have an ensuite bathroom and TV. After the night’s celebrations, the honeymooners can retire to share a bottle of champagne in their suite.

A full Scottish breakfast is served in the Red Ballroom, but the happy couple can choose to be served in their suite should they wish.

An award winning wedding location

Innes House has again been recognised in the Scottish Wedding Awards. The awards celebrate the high standard of work and commitment of those in the Scottish wedding industry who go above and beyond to make a couple’s special day the best it can possibly be.

2020 - Wedding Venue of the Year - North - Winner

2019 - Wedding Venue of the Year - North - Finalists

2019 - Wedding Coordinator of the Year - Winner

2017 - Wedding Venue of the Year - North - Finalists

2016 - Wedding Venue of the Year - Regional Winner

2014 - Wedding Venue of the Year - Finalist

Getting married in Scotland

For details of the legal requirements: www.edinburgh.gov.uk/marriage
Getting married in Scotland: www.gro-scotland.gov.uk
Local registrars’ fees: www.gro-scotland.gov.uk
Application for the services of a registrar: www.gro-scotland.gov.uk

You can also arrange for your own priest or minister to conduct a religious marriage service at the house.