Nestled in the heart of the lusciously green and stunning landscape of Royal Deeside, the idyllic Ballogie House has long been a sought after venue for those tying the knot.


A luxurious haven for couples who yearn for an exclusive family wedding, Ballogie House is currently undergoing a lavish make over to turn the already beautiful house into a truly distinctive wedding venue.

Guests will enjoy light and bright public rooms with high-quality luxurious furnishings, including seven opulently decorated en suite bedrooms to give guests the most comfortable and sumptuous of experiences, in this private and inviting location.

The newly built Orangery will allow for small intimate weddings, whilst larger wedding parties can take advantage of the specially built marquee set amongst the extensive gardens, with stunning views across the open parkland.

Wedding parties have the exclusive use of Ballogie House, allowing the celebrations to start the day before the special occasion and to continue long after the happy couple have walked down the aisle; giving family and guests the opportunity to relax, unwind and enjoy the leisure facilities and outdoor pursuits available on the estate.


‘At Ballogie you have the space and the flexibility to have your wedding exactly as you want it’ says Lewis Gray Property Manager of the Estate. ‘We will listen to our guests and help them tailor their wedding to their needs. Whether it’s a traditional wedding or a day filled with the bride and groom’s own distinctive requests, we can help create the perfect wedding memories’. For Lewis the goal is ensuring that guests have the most amazing experience.

With a team dedicated to helping with the organisation of the big day including recommending and booking suppliers, as well as overseeing the smooth running of the wedding day itself, couples can be certain of being in safe hands when saying their ‘I do’s’ at Ballogie House, it really is a truly special place.

Ballogie House, on Ballogie Estate is now accepting bookings for wedding parties from spring 2017 onwards.

All images: Tom Daly Photography

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