When you are ready to book your castle in Angus online, you’ll find the process very easy. All the information that you need about our services and facilities can be found on our website, and once you have decided whether you want to visit for a day or book the castle for an event or wedding, you can go through our booking process.

Booking the Event

The best way to book for an event or wedding is to use the information on our ‘Contact Us page to email or call us to find out more. We understand that every event is different and that each of our customers will be looking for a unique experience.

Speaking to our event planner or another member of our team will mean that you can discuss the requirements for your event in advance and find out more about how we can help you. Our team is available during office hours, but you can email us at any time, and someone will call you back as soon as they are available.

Castles are suitable for weddings and other events, whether they are family or corporate events. This includes accommodation for guests, and the castle can often arrange catering for a range of different events, from sit down meals to buffets and can cater for various dietary requirements.

Find out more when you talk to our team about booking a castle for your event; they’ll be happy to answer any questions that you have.

Visit in advance

It is worth noting that you can visit castle grounds before booking, and it can help you to decide whether or not you want to host your event here, so why not book a ticket to visit?

A day out at the castle is a great way to see what services the castle can offer for you, and in such a beautiful setting, it is sure to be a day that you will never forget. Talk to our team today for more details.

See the sights

Don’t forget that castles are located in the most beautiful parts of Scotland, and we would recommend that you spend some time exploring the local area. There are plenty of sights to see around the castle, from the other historic castles and houses to the quaint villages where you can enjoy a relaxed and informal meal in a traditional pub.