Trump Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort 

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Trump Turnberry is one of Ayrshire’s most iconic hotels and wedding venues. Originally built in 1906, the hotel was recently named the Event Hotel of the Year at the Scottish Hotel Awards 2018. The opulent Donald J. Trump ballroom features six incredible chandeliers and unrivalled views across the Irish Sea. With capacity for over 500 guests and access to some of the finest hotel suites in the country, Trump Turnberry is the perfect place for a show-stopping wedding.

Blairquhan Castle

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Blairquhan Castle is regarded as one of the finest Regency Castles in Scotland. This enchanting wedding venue dates back to the 14th century and has capacity for 100 guests. Set in over 200 acres of private parkland, the castle features 4 function suites and 15 individually designed bedrooms. Secluded and available for exclusive use, Blairquhan is a great choice for people seeking privacy.

Culzean Castle

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Famous for its oval staircase and cliff top location, Culzean Castle is a popular choice for those seeking a picturesque wedding venue. The castle dates back to 1792 and features an exquisite Georgian interior with capacity for 120 guests. The Eisenhower top floor apartment contains six luxury double bedrooms, which are accessible via an original 1920’s elevator.

Brig o' Doon House Hotel

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Brig o’ Doon House & Gardens sits along the banks of the River Doon, this quaint hotel is famous for its ivy-covered exterior and for being a short walk from Robert Burns’ birthplace. The banqueting hall can seat up to 180 guests and features views of the Brig O’Doon, a bridge immortalised in Burns’ renowned poem ‘Tam o’shanter’.

Glenapp Castle

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Set in 36 acres of pristine garden and woodland, Glenapp Castle is a charming wedding venue capable of hosting up to 200 guests. Dating back to 1870, the castle overlooks the Ailsa Craig, Isle of Arran and Kintyre. Beautiful period furnishings and spectacular gardens make Glenapp Castle one of the most luxurious wedding venues in the area.