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Our Exclusive Use Wedding Venues

A day just for you and your guests

Manorview's exclusive use wedding venues in Scotland are a great option if you are looking to host a wedding where only you and your guests have access to the venue and its facilities. At Manorview, we have two venues that are exclusive use for weddings - Boclair House in Bearsden, and Brisbane House in Largs.

Boclair House

Boclair House is a Manorview exclusive use wedding venue in Glasgow.

Tucked away in the north of the city at the foot of Boclair Hill in Bearsden is a gothic-styled Tudor mansion house that awaits you for your perfect wedding day.

From its grand ballroom to the acres of idyllic, landscaped gardens, Boclair House is a hidden gem for those wanting a Glasgow exclusive use wedding venue.

Brisbane House

Brisbane House is the coastal wedding venue you've been looking for.

Sitting on the West Coast in the scenic seaside town of Largs, this Manorview exclusive use wedding venue boasts a nearby beach for its curb appeal and a gorgeous, contemporary aesthetic for those wanting a splash of modern luxury for their special day.

Take in the view of the Largs Bay where the mouth of the River Clyde meets the Irish Sea for a beach wedding you won't ever forget.

All About Our Exclusive Use Wedding Venues

Couples can also request exclusive use at Cornhill Castle in Biggar, and a price can be given for this should it be something you want to discuss.

At these venues, couples and their guests have access-all-areas from the minute your ceremony begins, til you depart to begin your married life the day after your celebration. These spaces are for you only, meaning areas that are usually open to the public, are reserved just for you and your guests. 

As part of our exclusive use agreement, there will be a minimum number of bedrooms that we require you to commit to staying in on the evening of your wedding. But since our Boclair House and Brisbane House venues are boutique, we find this is usually not a problem, and couples are happy to have rooms for them, the wedding party and other family members.

FAQs About Our Exclusive Use Wedding Venues in Scotland

When you choose to book an exclusive wedding venue, it means that you'll be booking the entire venue with its grounds and accommodation for your wedding day. This means no other guests or weddings will be allowed during your wedding day, other than those invited.

Yes. At Manorview Hotels we offer a range of packages that provide everything you need to plan the perfect wedding. This includes all inclusive wedding packages for our exclusive use venues. Find out more about our all inclusive packages here.

Yes. All of our exclusive use venues will have an appropriate amount of parking to accommodate your full wedding party.

Absolutely! We highly recommend taking a tour of the wedding venue you're interested in before making any commitments. Here at Manorview, we offer wedding experience days where you can get a firsthand feel for what our packages entail, see the venue setup, and chat with our wedding planners about all the details for your big day. Alternatively, you can schedule a one-on-one appointment with our wedding planners.

To ensure you secure your preferred dates and have ample time for planning, we highly advise booking your wedding venue a minimum of 6 months in advance. This time frame allows you to have a wide selection of dates to choose from and gives you plenty of time to coordinate all the details for your special day.

For those who desire even more flexibility and peace of mind, we recommend considering booking up to 12 months in advance. This extended booking window not only increases the likelihood of securing popular dates but also provides you with additional time to fine-tune your wedding arrangements and make any necessary adjustments.

Yes. Every venue that wants to host a wedding in Scotland must hold the appropriate wedding licenses and be approved to host a wedding. At all Manorview Hotels that offer wedding packages, including exclusive use wedding venues, we hold the correct licenses to facilitate your big day.

No. Under Scots' Law, only registrars and assistant registrars can conduct a legal civil marriage ceremony in Scotland. Any independent celebrants or private celebrants won't have the authority to solemnise a wedding. This includes both civil partnership ceremonies and civil marriages.

Choosing a 'good' venue will be a highly subjective process depending on what you want for your day. However, certain facts will need to be considered for any decision such as venue capacity size, wedding party accommodation, the location of the venue for those who'll travel, and other crucial factors. If you need assistance in choosing a wedding venue, reach out to our dedicated wedding planners who'll help provide all the information you need to make an informed decision.

The right time of year for your wedding will depend on your own schedules and the kind of wedding you want to have. If having great weather is a deal breaker for you, then organising a date between the months of April and June would be the best decision. This allows you to avoid the main rainy season in Scotland and avoid the high temperatures in the middle of the Summer months. However, if you don’t plan on having an outdoor function, then any time of year will be suited to your wedding.