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Drumtochty Estate is a stunning and opulent 19th century Scottish castle, nestled in 350 acres of wild woodland glen, encapsulating a fairytale church and breathtaking landscapes.

The magnificent neo-gothic castle is set on the southern edge of Drumtochty Forest dating back to 1812. As you drive through the main gates to Drumtochty Castle, the romantic tree lined driveway opens out onto beautiful sweeping grounds and a two acre pond featuring a stunning bridge.

The regal interiors are adorned with ancient portraits and antique furniture providing your guests with an authentic castle experience and a chance to party in grandeur and celebrate in style.

Ideal for a wedding up to 120 guests and we can accommodate 91 guests in the estate accommodation. And because you have the entire castle to yourself for the weekend you can relax and disappear into the magic of it all, in an atmosphere of privacy and luxury for your entire wedding weekend.

Nikki – Thank you to you and your team. You were an amazing support, we relaxed as soon as we entered the castle and had an amazing memorable wedding day. We had so many compliments from guests who said it was the best wedding they have been to.

Elaine & Richard

Nikki- Wow, where do we start, a huge thank you for all your invaluable support on the day and on the run up to the wedding. You made it run like clockwork and it really was magical, we cannot thank you enough xx

Mila & Steve

Nikki, Jill and all the Staff at Drumtochty - Thank you all so much for making the wedding day extra special, with your efficient organisation, friendliness, approachability and gentle steering in the right direction. It was an incredibly happy two days for us all.

Hilary& Tom Milne


Built by the Drummond family in 1812 and designed by Edinburgh architect James Gillespie Graham, it is a castellated neo-gothic mansion with everything you would expect in such a grand house. Rich in heritage it has an interesting story as a family home, private prep school and restaurant.

During World War II, Drumtochty Castle was bought by the Norwegian government in exile and used as a boarding school for Norwegian children who were refugees from the German occupation of Norway. It was known as little Norway.

The remarkable renovation project by Charlie and Dorothy Anderson over 20 years ago has seen Drumtochty Castle transformed to an exceptionally high standard of fixtures and fittings, elevating the ruin to a luxury castle and one of Scotland’s most prestigious wedding venues.