We now offer our clients marquee wedding reception facilities. Sited on the lawns below the towering battlements of the ancient castle. We have four marquees that can form a single watertight reception facility in a variety of sizes.
Our marquees offer a versatile facility for a wide range of groups;
20′ X 40′ for 50 seated guests, 2012/2013- £250
40′ X 40′ for 100 seated guests, 2012/2013- £500
60′ X 40′ for 150 seated guests, 2012/2013- £750
80′ X 40′ for 200 seated guests, 2012/2013- £1000
Our marquees come complete with luxury satin lining in ivory and burgandy flooring. Either banquet or round tables give numerous seating arrangements for a number of guests to enjoy a relaxed buffet reception or a more substantial hog roast. These can also be hired for drinks receptions after your wedding guaranteeing our unpredictable weather will not spoil your guests enjoyment of the gardens.
Contact our wedding coordinators to discuss your specific requirements.
For the second year running Comlongon Castle has won TripAdvisors certificate of excellence. Visitors and wedding couples have been great with their feedback from their Comlongon experience and we always strive to make each wedding uniquely perfect for each couple.
In the heart of Comlongon Castle is the Great Hall. This is the traditional heart of the castle where significant events would take place and now can play a part in wedding ceremonies.
The Scottish seasons allow Comlongon Castle to offer something different to make weddings special throughout the year. Here are some Winter wedding photos…
The landscape around Comlongon Castle offers something different to make weddings special in every season of the year. Here are some Autumn wedding photos…
Various pictures taken of Comlongon Castle interior.
Photos taken of wedding banquets at Comlongon Castle.
Comlongon Castle has a range of luxury accommodation, including the new private wedding honeymoon suite.
Photos of the Bride and Groom in Comlongon Castle and the castle grounds.
This is a selection of images of the castle from the air, taken from various helicopter fly-overs.