Create your perfect wedding day in our beautiful Highland location within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. We are nestled between Loch Long and Loch Lomond with views of the stunning Arrochar Alps. Plenty of amazing photo opportunities to achieve your dream wedding day memories!
The ceremony of your choice
There are plenty of choices when it comes to the ceremony. We can host your ceremony in the Three Villages Hall or surrounding outdoors space. If you choose a religious ceremony, we have the village Parish Church or the Catholic Church. Or you could choose to have the ceremony up in the hills, on the jetty or on one of the local Cruise Loch Lomond boats – Tarbet pier being just 5 minutes-drive away.
THE MAIN HALL
A blank canvas space to create your dream style!
The Main Hall is light, airy and modern and because it’s a blank canvas, it can be dressed and personalised to suit your style and theme. It can accommodate up to 100 people seated at round tables.
You can dress it yourself or bring in suppliers. Whether it’s a rustic or vintage theme or a traditional Highland affair the hall can accommodate – from ceilidhs to tea-parties and from hog roasts to barn dances – see your wedding dreams come alive!
Acoustically designed with a professional sound and lighting system, the Main Hall has a dedicated stage for entertainment, with plenty of room for dancing and merriment!
The Three Villages has a welcoming reception area and a smaller second function space, both can be used as a quieter space for families with small children or older guests. We also have a locked office space which is often used for present storage.
The kitchen is well equipped for you to self-cater or bring in external caterers – the choice is yours.
We can offer a licenced bar or you can choose to offer a free bar stocked by yourselves or hire in a licenced mobile bar.
Outdoors, we can offer a small number of tables and chairs if the weather is fine to soak up the views whilst enjoying canapes and cocktails.
MAIN HALL (Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon)
Large wedding (up to 100 people) = £1200
FRONT FUNCTION ROOMS
Good things come in small packages – a perfect micro wedding!
Our intimate smaller function room has direct views over the Loch and surrounding mountains. The space can be easily dressed and a small cosy feel can be achieved to create something really special.
All additional facilities are included, including the kitchen area, reception space and lockable office room – without the added expense of hiring the large Main Hall.
FRONT FUNCTION ROOMS (Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon)
Small wedding (20 people or less) = £500
Exclusive hire for the whole weekend
We are flexible and will listen to your requirements; we know your day needs to be perfect, that’s why the cost includes full access to the hall from Friday evening through to Sunday lunch time so you can make sure all the finishing touches are in place.
Location and onward travel
We’re nestled between Loch Long and Loch Lomond, which is only a 5-minute drive away. Although we are in the Highlands and within the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, we are less than an hour’s drive from Glasgow. Glasgow International Airport is just a 45-minute drive and the Caledonian Sleeper also stops here on the West Highland line, meaning you can access the rest of the Highlands and Islands easily without the use of a car. It’s easy to arrive here from Edinburgh too, either by train changing in Glasgow or by car in just 2 hours. You can find us via the A82 and A83 trunk roads.
Many wedding guests stay on after the wedding to take in all that this wonderful part of the world has to offer. Aside from the famous Cobbler (also known as Ben Arthur) there are plenty of other hills to explore. There are also numerous easier walks in and around the villages of Arrochar, Tarbet and Succoth, enabling you to appreciate the amazing local wildlife and panoramic views. Water sports are popular on Loch Lomond, accessed by numerous moorings and Loch Long is a favourite for diving and fishing with a small floating pontoon near a quaint pub.
No matter what interests you, there are plenty of other attractions not too far away – Benmore Botanical Gardens, Inveraray Jail, Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House, the Gruffalo Trail at Ardkinglass. Just 15 or so minutes away south to the picturesque village of Luss or west to the head of Loch Fyne are some speciality seafood restaurants with local microbreweries. Rich stories of the local heritage, from Vikings to torpedoes and everything in between, can be found on the local community heritage websites – there’s even a short Hidden Heritage Trail uncovering archaeological secrets under your feet (arrocharheritage.com, highmorlaggan.co.uk and hiddenheritage.org.uk).
There is plenty of local accommodation for your guests. From hotels and B&Bs to self-catering lodges, cottages, flats and even a campsite, there is something to suit all budgets. Just ask and we’ll pass on our comprehensive list of what’s available.