Inchcolm Abbey

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Find this unique venue on the island of Firth of Forth. See if this venue, one of the best preserved monastic building, is the one for you!
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Venue Type
Museum
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Ceremony & Reception

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Water View
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Inchcolm Abbey was originally established as apriory by David I and later became an abbey in 1235. It is now the best preserved group of monastic buildings in Scotland. The island is famed for its seals, wildlife and coastal defences from two World Wars. Today, Inchcolm Abbey provides a beautiful setting for wedding ceremonies and photography.
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Hawes Brae, South Queensferry, West Lothian, EH30 9TB

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