Innes House

An ancient castle set within a landscaped walled garden and the Moray countryside.

Elgin, Moray, IV30 8NG

Innes House in Elgin

Innes House is primarily a private house and home to the Tennant family.

At the moment we only open for weddings & events on an exclusive use basis. Our grounds are secluded and far from the main thoroughfares and our existence has been a well kept secret for many years.

The walled garden at the south of the house is a romantic and idyllic background for any wedding or event. Our marquee extension is very unique and creates a garden room enclosing the memorial garden in the summer months, along with the fountain, and the summer house which turns into a fully functioning bar. We often say it has to be seen to appreciate how amazing it is.

You will leave part of your heart at Innes but take away memories that will never be forgotten.


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