The remarkable reception rooms at Wedderburn give the castle great flexibility as a leading venue for weddings, corporate events, meetings and private celebrations.

Wedderburn was built in 1770 to a design by Robert Adam, now generally recognised as Scotland's greatest architect. The elegance and grandeur of the exterior is matched inside by a set of five fabulous reception rooms.

Having arrived at the covered porch, you enter the Stair Hall. The geometric stone staircase, one of the most striking features in the castle, converges at the Gallery. This vaulted space almost 100 feet long lies at the heart of the castle and gives access to all the reception rooms on the first floor.

The ballroom, with its marbled columns, elegant Georgian windows and crystal chandeliers, is the perfect setting for wedding ceremonies, concerts, live music and dancing. The ballroom seats up to 80 guests with a generous central aisle.

From the ballroom, you move through the Morning room (where you will find the bar) and back into the gallery. If reception drinks are being served, your guests will be ushered either into the drawing room with a huge log fire and comfortable sofas, or perhaps through the hall to the front lawn for photography if the weather is good.

Following your reception, the gong will ring and guests will be ushered into the magnificent dining room. The maximum seating capacity for a banquet is for 80, using round tables of 10. There are a variety of banquet tables in stock to create alternative table arrangements, depending on guest numbers.