Castle Menzies, Weem

By Aberfeldy, Perthshire

PH15 2JD


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The Lang garret at Castle Menzies. The Perfect setting for your authentic Scottish castle wedding The Pink room provides the perfect setting for your drinks reception, photos or even a smaller wedding breakfast

The Lang Garret, this large room, high in the castle, dating from around 1570, was used by the Chief of Clan Menzies for the Clan parliament for over 400 years, it was also the scene of celebrations and weddings.  Now used almost exclusively for the wedding ceremony this stunning, rustic, romantic and impressive space can be where your married lives starts. This particular room is a photographers dream with gorgeous oak beams and floors and old granite walls that could tell many a good story, if only they could speak!! This impressive room will leave you and your guest with memories that can be cherished forever along with stunning photos that will no doubt be admired by anyone who peruses your wedding album.


The Lang Garret at Castle Menzies (Ceremony Room)

Memories you will remember forever

The Pink Room this impressive Georgian room, formally the great hall in the 16 Century, was converted to its present form in 1730, when it became the dining room of the castle.  Used now for smaller weddings, with a dining capacity of 65, it provides space for your drinks reception.


The Pink Room at Castle Menzies     Small Wedding breakfast/Drinks reception)

The Dewar Room set up with traditional round tables. We can also set up with rectangular tables in various ways. Here at Castle Menzies we can seat up to 110 for the wedding breakfast with capacity increasing to 145 for evening reception.

The Dewar Room at Castle Menzies   Wedding Breakfast  for larger weddings      

The Dewar Room, completed in 1840, is the main room of Castle Menzies.  This elegant and well-proportioned room provides the setting for the wedding breakfast and later the wedding Ceilidh or party. This room comfortably sits 110 for your wedding breakfast.


Other rooms and location available to you to utilise on your wedding day include the Medieval Kitchen and the castle grounds and gardens. The Medieval Kitchen dates from around 1420 can be used for small weddings, seating up to 16 at the old kitchen table. Also used during the course of a bigger wedding as the location of the evening buffet.


The Castle gardens, both immediate to the castle and the immense and impressive walled garden 100 yards from the castle can be used for the marriage ceremony. The walled garden dates from around 1400.  Though the current walls date from around 1820.  This garden abandoned from the 1940 is slowly being restored.

It provides a magnificent setting for an outdoor wedding


Ceremony Rooms and Wedding Breakfast