Dundas Castle wins Scottish Wedding Venue of the Year
Luxury five star wedding venue, Dundas Castle has seen double success at the Scottish VOWS Awards 2018, after winning ‘Wedding Venue Edinburgh, Lothian & Borders’ and the coveted ‘Scottish Wedding Venue of the Year’.
The Scottish VOWS Awards recognises companies within the Scottish wedding industry, which deliver customer service of the highest standard. Dundas Castle was commended for its achievements in service and standards.
The double award win comes in recognition of the Castle’s expertly qualified team, from the wedding planners, marketing and PR teams, to sales, planning and operations, housekeeping and maintenance.
With over 20 years’ experience of helping couples say ‘I do’, Dundas Castle is an idyllic and flexible wedding venue, ideal for a range of ceremonies and celebrations.
General Manager, Louise Andrew said: “We’re absolutely blown away by our success at this year’s VOWS Awards. We are very proud of the whole team – they always deliver a five star service, and delight in making every guest feel welcome; creating happy memories that last a lifetime. We’re absolutely thrilled that our hard work has paid off!”
With its 17 sumptuous bedrooms, secluded gardens and the Auld Keep, couples are encouraged to make the Castle their own for the duration of their time there, enabling families and friends to celebrate together as one. The Auld Keep, which can house a wedding for up to 110 in the magnificent Great Hall, was built in the 15th century and is one of the most romantic and unique places to get married in Scotland.
Dundas Castle is perfectly situated just 15 minutes from Edinburgh Airport, and 25 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh, yet nestled within its own 400 acres of secluded estate.
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