When only the most elegant setting will do for your big day, consider one of the following extra-special wedding venues in Ayrshire.
Weddings in Scotland are thankfully now back in full swing! Which is incredible for all the couples who have been trying to plan their nuptials over the last 24+ months. Since reopening, we've been able to find dream dresses for so many brides, and it's been incredible seeing the joy the experience brings them. For the wedding venues in Ayrshire, they have been inundated with requests for fresh dates. While also trying to fulfil all the delayed celebrations that were not able to take place over the last 2 years.
Thankfully, the wedding venues in Ayrshire seem to be catching up, and can now offer weekend wedding dates again. Choosing a venue is normally the first decision made by couples planning their big day. And it's an important one, as it impacts every other supplier you book for your wedding. But with so many elegant wedding venues in Ayrshire, it can be hard to decide which one is right for you.
To help in your search, we decided to take some stress off your shoulders, and make a shortlist of luxurious, and stunning wedding venues right here in Ayrshire.
Wonderful Wedding Venues in Ayrshire
Lochside House Hotel, New Cumnock, Ayrshire
For those seeking a wedding weekend of glamour, this luxurious wedding venue in Ayrshire is the one for you. Their reception suite re-opens after renovations in Spring 2021, and they promise a room adorned with tiered crystal chandeliers, panoramic windows and elegant champagne gold finishing. Nestled between the Loch of Lowes and the hills of Glen Afton, the hotel’s location couldn’t be more perfect as a wedding photography backdrop. While the wraparound patio will allow your guests to enjoy the rural, idyllic scenery whilst relaxing in modern comfort.
The Barn at Daldruff Farm, Maybole, Ayrshire
A barn may not be the first place you'd think of when the word 'elegant' is mentioned. But The Barn at Daldruff Farm is a cut above your typical outhouse! Recently renovated to appeal to a more modern couple, this Ayrshire wedding venue is the type of location your Pinterest loving bride would dream of. Even after renovation, many of the barn's original features still remain, although now elevated by fairy lights hanging from the ceiling, whitewashed stone walls & long reception tables that can comfortably seat 100 guests. Optional features can be added, such as a vintage Welsh dresser, a full-length mirror, large wooden stage, and whisky barrels. Couples also have access to a peaceful courtyard and garden for cocktails in the sun.
Trump Turnberry, Ayrshire
We can't talk about wedding venues in Ayrshire without mentioning, Trump Turnberry. One of Ayrshire’s most iconic hotels and wedding venues. Originally built back in 1906, the hotel was named the Event Hotel of the Year at the Scottish Hotel Awards in 2018 & 2019, and with good reason. 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 big day.
Gailes Hotel, Irvine, Ayrshire
Ever dreamed of getting married on a rooftop garden? Then this incredible Ayrshire wedding venue may just be the place for you. This award-winning hotel boasts not only that but also the chance for couples to stay in a lavish penthouse, complete with private hot tub and sauna. Guests can enjoy sweeping views across the coast to the Isle of Arran, showcasing Irvine at its best. Other prominent features of this wedding venue include a grand fairytale staircase, private sprawling gardens, and traditional fireplaces perfect for evening drinks.
The Waterside Hotel, West Kilbride, Ayrshire
If you’re looking for a wedding venue with a difference, look no further than The Waterside Hotel in West Kilbride, Ayrshire. Resting on an idyllic sea-front location along the coast, this enchanting hotel enjoys panoramic views that stretch all the way across the water to the beautiful Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig. Their Scandi-inspired architecture will make the perfect photography backdrop, when you're not shooting portraits on the sandy beach.