A traditional, unspoilt 14th century four storey stone castle, steeped in rich history. Situated high above the River Tweed, it is an idyllic romantic location for a fairytale wedding.
Features & Capacity
Seated Dining Capacity
Sleeps # of People
Usual Access Time
Late Night Extension Available
Grade I/II Listed Building
In-house Wedding Coordinator
Open Flame Permitted
Ceremony and Reception
Food and Drink
No Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol
External Catering Permitted
In-house Wine List
Pricing & Costs
Venue Hire Only
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The Laigh Hall with vaulted ceiling is licensed for 60 seated guests for a civil wedding ceremony. Religious and humanist ceremonies can also take place.
The Laigh Hall can be set for a seated meal for approximately 80 people and is a great space for having a ceilidh.
Upstairs is the Great Hall, which can be set for a seated meal for approximately 60 people. It is also the perfect place for a buffet, or a quieter space for guests, whilst having dancing downstairs. The extraordinary Batiks, tell the story of Mary Queen of Scots, and infuse the Hall with a colourful sense of drama and history.
The Guard Room is an atmospheric bar or place to sit, with it's roaring fire and 'long drop'. The Dungeon has been used as a cinema, and Queen Mary's Room is a charming space to change in, or even create a grand 'Pudding Room'. On the top floor you can have a drinks reception or night club, for those intrepid guests who like exploring.
For larger weddings, a marquee can be sited in the grounds.
A booking at Neidpath Castle is for the venue only, although our team are on hand to help organise your day if you should wish.
Personal Message from the Manager
Name of Wedding Contact: Lulu Benson
Our team welcome you to Neidpath Castle and are here to help you have the fairytale wedding you dream of. Please come and have a look around and see for yourself how unique and exciting your day can be.
From Edinburgh and the north, go to Peebles. Go right at the roundabout towards ‘Town Centre’ and ‘Glasgow’. Go through the High Street and at the end of it, turn right in front of the church steps. Follow this road out of Peebles and up a hill. Neidpath Castle is about 100 yards from the end of the speed limit, on your left.
From the south, take the M6 to the A74M. At Exit 15, take the A701 to Moffat. Carry on through Moffat on the A701 and continue for about 22 miles. Just before Broughton, take the right turn onto the B712 to Peebles. Go through Drumelzier and Stobo and then turn right at the T junction, onto the A72 towards Peebles. Pass a quarry on your left and then a white cottage on your right. The road then does a series of sharp bends after which Neidpath is on your right (there is a sign for it just before).