Fingask Castle There’s plenty history at Fingask since its beginning in 1594. The present owner’s family have bought it four times in the last 400 years. The garden’s distinctive topiary is unusual and always interesting to use in pictures, as is the collection of almost life-sized statues dotted around the garden.
Ceremonies can take place in the small castle chapel, the Long Gallery with its beautifully painted ceiling, the Amber Room of the Pavilion with its chandelier or on the castle lawns. There is flexibility to cater for anything from two to over 200 guests.
The Pavilion is a very large but versatile space for dining and dancing and with the windows draped with fairy lights pictures taken during the evening look fantastic.