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Murthly Estate

Murthly Estate, Murthly, Perth, PH1 4HP

Murthly Castle

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Weddings

Capacity
  • 100+
Licences
  • Civil
  • Religious
Venue Types
  • Chapel / church
  • House rooms
  • Outdoor / garden
Facilities
  • Accessible parking
  • Bridal suite
  • Guest parking
  • Wedding planner
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Accessibility

Please note that there is no accessible toilet at Murthly due to the Category A listing restriction the ability to make changes. In the castle itself, there are steep stairs and changes in floor level between rooms to negotiate. The chapel and walled garden can be accessed easily, with vehicular access right up to the entrance and no changes of floor / ground level.

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Set in extensive landscaped grounds near Dunkeld in Highland Perthshire, Murthly Estate is an award-winning venue comprising Murthly Castle, the Chapel of St. Anthony the Eremite, the Walled Garden and the Douglas fir wood.

Why Murthly stands out from the rest

Rarity Value – We host only a small number of weddings, to make sure we give you our full attention and keep Murthly special.

Always Exclusive – Murthly Castle is a private home, so the venue is exclusively yours, not only on your wedding day, but also during the set-up period. You’re our sole focus.

It’s Personal – With a single point of contact, you’ll always know who you’re talking to, and we’ll always be up to speed on your plans. We’ll also help you prepare for the big day and ensure it runs smoothly.

We’ve Got Your Setting – Ceremonies can take place in the Chapel, the Castle, the Walled Garden or the Douglas fir wood. We have hosted Christian, humanist, hand-fasting and civil ceremonies.

You’re in Control – We’ll share our extensive experience of local caterers, marquee providers, florists and other suppliers, but the final choice is always yours. We’re here to help, not to tell you what to do.

Award-Winning – In 2023 we were the winners of the Hitched Wedding Awards. In 2022, we received a Gold Award certificate from Best of Bridebook Awards for providing couples with excellent service.

 

You can view testimonials from couples who have married at Murthly Estate on https://bridebook.com/uk/wedding-venues/murthly-estate-murthly-perth-and-kinross-csy8J9DEYl

Group Visits

Private tours encompass the castle, chapel and walled garden; and can last from one hour to two hours depending on the willingness, stamina and talkativeness of the party!

Morning coffee or afternoon tea can be arranged.

Booking

Contact us at info@murthly-estate.com or weddings@murthly-estate.com for more information on booking

for the latest information.
Accessibility

Please note that there is no accessible toilet at Murthly due to the Category A listing restriction the ability to make changes. In the castle itself, there are steep stairs and changes in floor level between rooms to negotiate. The chapel and walled garden can be accessed easily, with vehicular access right up to the entrance and no changes of floor / ground level.

Does our information need updating?
Let us know here

Getting here

Murthly Estate, Murthly, Perth, PH1 4HP

The entrance to Murthly Castle has four stone pillars and can be found on:

– Google Maps at https://goo.gl/maps/2hCejh9ymGuyZtV3A;
– Apple Maps at https://maps.apple.com/?ll=56.537340,-3.475850&q=Strathtay Ward — Strathtay Ward, Perth&spn=0.002182,0.005557&t=h
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From the entrance it’ll take three or four minutes to reach the castle itself – just follow the signs until you find yourself parked on the gravel at the castle.

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