Winton Castle is a wedding venue steeped in history that blends the grandeur of a palace and castle with the intimacy of a family home. We fondly call this ‘intimacy on a grand scale’.
Our romantic Scottish Renaissance castle is a hidden gem surrounded by mature gardens, deep in tranquil East Lothian countryside, just half an hour from Edinburgh city centre and the international airport.
As an exclusive use events venue, the castle and its gardens are all yours for the duration of your own castle wedding. Unlike a hotel, this guarantees that your celebration is uninterrupted by other events.
By limiting the number of weddings held here each year, we ensure that Winton Castle is still something of a well kept secret. It also ensures that you receive the very best attention from start to finish.
We are now fully booked for 2022, but are still taking bookings for 2023 and 2024.
You can visit Winton in person, or arrange a guided virtual 3D-Tour over Zoom, while discussing your wedding plans. Call or email us to book your tour.
Here at Winton we are ready and waiting to help you start planning one of the best days of your life, whether you are looking for a fully bespoke wedding, or a tried and tested wedding package.
Our team has more than 20 years of experience planning and hosting weddings and we would love yours to be our next one! By limiting the number of weddings held here each year, we ensure that Winton Castle is still something of a well-kept secret. It also ensures that you receive the very best, personal service from start to finish.
For more need-to-know details, please look at our Planning & Pricing section.
Events here make the most of our wonderful nature, wildlife and countryside. Winton puts the environment at the heart of everything we do and have taken a sustainable approach for many years. That’s why we’ve held a Gold Green Tourism Business Award (GTBS) for over 10 years and won a VIBES Award for our local sourcing, waste-cutting, recycling and biodiversity. See more on our Winton’s Eco and Sustainability Awards.
See photo credits – thank you: in the long grass by Alex Beckett; Jenny and Nick by Mark Quinn; and others.