Fingask Castle
Fingask Castle
Fingask Castle
Fingask Castle grounds

Welcome to Fingask castle a much loved, rural castle, and small estate equipped and available for weddings, family parties, balls, Follies and other amusements.

Seventy people – yes 70! – can stay on the Fingask estate in our fully equipped self catering cottages and luxury potting sheds by the walled garden. BIG GATHERINGS can eat dance and party in our spectacular pavilion, while small parties can and do enjoy being inside the historic castle. Fingask is in a private glen, happily situated in the heart of Scotland, 5 minutes off the A90 dual carriageway, half way between Perth & Dundee, an hour from Edinburgh, and Glasgow, and a tad more from Aberdeen and Inverness - 20 minutes drive from Dundee airport.

Weddings

A bride and groom at Fingask Castle
A bride and groom at Fingask Castle

Fingask Castle is a rural and romantic wedding venue set in the heart of Scotland. We have a wide choice of locations for your exclusive wedding, be it large or small, civil or religious. Come and explore this Scottish Highland castle within easy reach of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Perth and Dundee.

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Accommodation

Accommodation at Fingask Castle
Accommodation at Fingask Castle

Fingask cottages are set in a large wild garden first laid out in the 17th century. The cottages are all within easy walk of each other, the castle and pavilion. They are all modernised stone Victorian buildings, with open fires (logs provided) and fully equipped: bedding, heating and WiFi included.

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Follies

The Fingask Follies annual show
The Fingask Follies annual show

The Fingask Follies are Scotland’s original musical revue. Twenty five years and counting, five singers and a pianist are continuing to entertain the great and the good of Scotland, England and abroad with satirical, witty and inspiring material. Each year the show is newly created with a new company and a new theme.

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Fingask Castle

Fingask Castle grounds
Fingask Castle grounds

Fingask – home to Scotland’s surrealist garden: spectacular topiary staggers across the lawn bumping into stone globes, marble balls, statues and a figure of Alice (in Wonderland). Other literary and historical characters are scattered among the pleasure gardens first laid out in the 17th c. Both Bonnie Prince Charlie and his father are said to have approached the castle up the long yew avenue, known as the King’s Walk.

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Fingask Pavilion

The Fingask Pavillion

A flexible modern structure fully furnished for dining, fully decorated for entertainment: weddings, proms, balls, ceilidhs and parties for all occasions. Family gatherings particularly welcome. We can divide the space so that 50 people can dine and dance intimately in our Amber Room. 100 people can dine and dance in the Great Hall and 250 people can dine and dance with its extension.

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