Fully restored


There’s been some major restoration work at Drum Castle over the last year which resulted in most of the venue (other than the chapel in the grounds) being closed for weddings. Good news: the scaffolding surrounding the early 14th-century medieval tower has been taken down and the castle fully reopened at the start of June meaning the elegant Victorian Library is available for wedding ceremonies again. Set amidst an ancient oak forest on the edge of Royal Deeside, the Castle is an idyllic venue for intimate weddings. The Library, with its large vaulted ceiling, rich wooden bookcases and open fireplace, provides a romantic setting for civil and religious ceremonies for up to 70 guests.