Magical and mesmerising, Ackergill Tower is breathtakingly beautiful; a 15th Century castle set in 3000 acres of grounds, including its private beach, stately rooms and Sinclair Palace and Europe’s largest treehouse – a bridal suite with a twist.
Ackergill Tower is a Scottish gem; a luxurious and atmospheric castle that is truly exceptional. From its amazing architecture, the exterior of the building retains its 15th Century authenticity, to the grey granite wall that circles the property and the long sweeping driveway framed by manicured lawns, Ackergill Tower is full of prestige. Having been lovingly restored, its interior is elegant and exquisite, offering a memorable and majestic setting for any wedding.
A real hideaway in the Highlands, Ackergill Tower’s 3000 acres of grounds are very impressive and provide plenty of picture perfect backdrops. The private beach is a popular place for photography. With it rugged location, the seven mile coastline is utterly charming and couples love the calming atmosphere from the beach, which also makes for the most romantic pictures.
Internally, Ackergill Tower presents six stately rooms for use for the ceremony, each full of splendour. From oak panelled walls, stained glass window features, large open fireplaces, wrought-iron chandelier and period artwork, these rooms are sophisticated and stylish, perfectly suiting the importance of exchanging vows. Sinclair Palace, which is often used to serve the wedding breakfast, is a spacious room with exposed brick walls offering a charming cottage-like look, oak beams to the ceiling and striking chandeliers providing mood lighting.
With the celebration over, the bride and groom can retreat to the bridal suite, one of Europe’s largest treehouses. Nestled in the branches of a 150 year old Sycamore it boasts 180° views of the surrounding woodland. With a contemporary interior, featuring colourful Scottish tartan, the treehouse is stunning.