Welcome to Kinnettles Castle
On your entry to Kinnettles Castle, you are bound to be completely charmed by the grand and welcoming entryway of the castle which immediately feels like a luxurious home.
With 11 fabulous and spacious bedrooms, all fitted with fantastic amenities your closest wedding guests are sure to have a fabulous experience at Kinnettles castle. This beautiful exclusive use wedding venue in Angus can cater for up to 30 of your guests inside the house if you wish to host an intimate celebration, or alternatively can offer a marquee for your wedding which is permanently on site and available for your use.
Have your wedding ceremony performedwithin the dining room of the castle with up to 30 guests to share in the moment or be married outdoors on the lawn overlooking the rolling countryside or within the marquee with up to 140 guests.
Kinnettles castle is conveniently located just 20 miles from the city of Dundee and is very well placed if your party should be interested in Golfing in the relatively nearby town of St Andrews (where they can also offer you fabulous accommodation in their sister hotel). Other nearby locations of interest are Dunnottar castle in Stonehaven and Aberdeen city and the historic castles it has to offer.
The enchanting entrance to the Castle, a warm and welcoming grand hall entranceway with a sweeping staircase - Your guests will be amazed from the moment they arrive.
The permanent marquee available for larger wedding parties, a perfect and lush blank canvas!
Nearest City: Dundee - 20 miles
Nearest Airport: Dundee - 25 mins, Aberdeen - 60 mins
Food and beverages:
The Castles in-house Executive Chef will be able to cater an incredible dinner for yourself and your guests to enjoy.
Ceremony: Castle Max 30, permanent marquee up to 140
Sit down dinner : Castle – Max 30
Accommodation: Yes - 11 rooms, 24 persons.
History and family ties:
Family ties - Strachan, Lindsay, Harvey
History - The Kinnettles estate was originally gifted to Alexander Strachan from King Robert the third int he early fifteenth century.