A 16th century castle on the Moray Firth, Brodie Castle is a striking building with a rich history. Converted to the Scots Baronial style in 1824, it is renowned for its array of fine antiques, intricately painted ceilings and incredible art collection. It is set in 71 acres of parkland, and its landscaped gardens, woodland walk and nature trail, as well as its famous daffodils make it a unique proposition for a wedding or corporate event.

Marriage ceremonies can be held in the Drawing Room or the Brodies’ beautiful family library, and the castle can hold up to 100 for a drinks reception for any special occasion. The stable block is perfect for any kind of ceremony of 60 or less, and can also comfortably accommodate the same number for dinner and dancing. For larger affairs of up to 250, guests can stroll to a marquee through a covered walkway, allowing them to take in the scenery en route.

Brodie Castle offers the same versatility for other events, with several locations on the grounds providing attractive and sophisticated facilities for conferences, private functions or corporate entertaining.