Winton House near Edinburgh in East Lothian blends Castle, Palace and family home, and makes a perfect Scottish wedding venue.
Romantic Winton House as an exclusive use venue it can be all yours for an unforgettable, bespoke Scottish wedding. Winton can cater for up to 84 guests seated in the dining room or 120 buffet-style in the house, and 150 to 400 guests in a linked marquee on the croquet lawn. Winton House and 2 large estate country houses nearby can sleep up to 40 guests in comfort and style.
Steeped in Scotland's history, Winton is a fifteenth century Scottish Renaissance castle and a family home. It exudes a warm atmosphere developed over half a millennium.
Winton's magical, romantic ambience reflects its rich history. Originally built by the powerful Setons in about 1480, Henry VIII had Winton burnt in the sixteenth century to impress Mary Queen of Scots during the ‘rough wooing’.
Today, you can still enjoy the elaborate, intricate ceilings with their royal coats of arms, the huge, welcoming fireplaces, and the remarkable, carved, twisted chimneys.
Winton is still the family home of Sir Francis and Lady Ogilvy, and its beautiful conservation comes with a very welcoming, relaxed ambience described as ‘intimacy on a grand scale’.