Incredible Ayrshire Wedding Venues

Stunning coastlines, spectacular beaches and more than a little magic – Ayrshire wedding venues are among the most incredible in Scotland.

Whether you’re looking for a rustic DIY location, a luxurious hotel or a historic castle, you’ll find a wedding venue in Ayrshire that ticks all your boxes. Check out just a few of our favourite Ayrshire wedding venues below.

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Trump Turnberry

Put politics to one side and make your way to Trump Turnberry and you’ll find one of Ayrshire’s most iconic hotels and wedding venues. Set foot in the Donald J. Trump ballroom, stand in awe beneath its incredible chandeliers and drink in its unrivalled views across the Irish Sea and you’ll see why. Ayrshire wedding venues don’t come much more spectacular!

The Ailsa course at Trump Turnberry

Culzean Castle

A trip to Culzean might be the closest you’ll ever come to exploring a fairy tale castle and its grounds. The sprawling, soaring cliff-top mansion is one of Ayrshire most incredible wedding venues. Culzean dates to 1792 and boasts an exquisite Georgian interior that is sure to wow your guests.

Brig O’ Doon House

If you’re looking to bring your love of literature into your big day, look no further than Brig o’ Doon House & Gardens. Sat along the banks of the River Doon, this quaint hotel is famous for its ivy-covered exterior and the nearby Robert Burns’ birthplace. Even better, it features views of the Brig O’Doon – the beautiful bridge immortalised in Burns’ epic poem ‘Tam O’Shanter’.

Spring at Brig O' Doon, Ayrshire

Piersland House Hotel

If you need a venue that’s up to par, make your way to Piersland House Hotel. Set on the edge of Royal Troon golf course and boasting incredible sea views, this is one of Ayrshire quaintest wedding venues. The beautifully manicured gardens are ideal for your drinks reception or even an informal barbecue. And the proximity to Royal Troon is ideal to sneak a quick round or two ahead of the big day!

A newlywed couple takes their first dance at night

Glenapp Castle

If you want an Ayrshire wedding venue plucked straight from the screen of Downton Abbey, look no further. Built in 1870 and retaining all of its old-time splendour, Glenapp Castle has elegance carved into every inch of its soaring stone. With views of Ailsa Craig, the Isle of Arran and the Kintyre Peninsula, the sights alone will blow you away. Set foot inside the castle itself and you’ll find one of the most luxurious wedding venues in Ayrshire.

Ailsa Craig at Sunset

Kelburn Castle

Who said Scottish castle weddings had to be traditional? Make your way to Kelburn Castle to explore Scotland’s most unusual – and colourful – castle. The 13th century structure has had an amazing makeover courtesy of a team of Brazilian artists. With dramatic scenery, breathtaking gardens and many features of historical interest, its one of Ayrshire’s most unique wedding venues. Only in Scotland can a castle become a canvas!

Kelburn Castle at Dusk

Other adventures

Looking for more adventures to undertake on your next trip to Ayrshire? Check out our guides to the incredible walking and cycling routes, fantastic food and drink, and legendary golf courses on the doorstep of the Salt Lodge at Troon Yacht Haven!