Designed by the Scottish architect David Bryce, the Ballroom was completed in 1876 and is Scottish in style and setting and gives a sense of scale, elegance and grandeur for a wedding for up to 220 guests.
Created for the 7th Duke of Atholl to host lavish events, our grand ballroom has excellent acoustics, a large stage, a fine dance floor and an atmospheric lighting system; all the ingredients for an amazing day.
Wedding ceremonies for up to 300 guests
Dining for 60 – 220 guests
23.6 x 10.7 metres, plus stage
To download the Ballroom floor plan click here.
Adjoining the Ballroom and accessible via a ‘secret’ door, the Banvie Hall is a contemporary option within the castle for a ceremony or reception. More often than not, the Banvie Hall provides an extension to the Ballroom for your welcome reception, a bar or location for cutting your cake. The glass wall frontage provides a view of the magnificent grounds of the castle and of the surrounding hills.
16.7 x 9.6 metres
To download the Banvie Hall floor plan, click here.
With delicate Georgian plasterwork, ceiling roundels and picturesque views across the hills of Perthshire, the elegant Dining Room is one of the most romantic rooms in the castle. Our formal dining room can accommodate wedding ceremonies and drinks receptions for up to 120 guests or up to 50 seated for a wedding breakfast.
Wedding Ceremony for up to 100 guests
Drinks Receptions for up to 150 guests
Dining for 16 – 50 guests
10.9 x 7.9 metres
To download the State Dining Room floor plan click here.
Our historic library is not open to our visitors to the castle so this intimate room can be used to use as part of your special day or as a stand-alone option. The library is suitable for smaller weddings for up to 40 people for a ceremony or a drinks and canapé reception.
Wedding Ceremony for up to 40 guests
Drinks reception for up to 40 guests
7.5 x 4.5 metres
To find more details on our outdoor wedding spaces, click here