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Discover your dream wedding venue in Scotland

Knockinaam Lodge is the perfect venue in Scotland for small, individually tailored weddings from 2 to 30 guests.

Imagine your wedding day in the secluded setting of a beautiful Scottish country house, with your own private beach cocooned in a cove surrounded by rugged countryside but with all the style and luxury of one of Scotland’s top wedding venues.

Knockinaam Lodge is a place where you decide how your special day will unfold

A traditional Scottish wedding or a modern marriage ceremony; perhaps a Beach Wedding, an intimate ceremony in the Lodge or a larger celebration in a marquee set on the lawn. This destination wedding venue combines ceremony, celebration – and honeymoon if you wish – in quite special surroundings, tucked away in Dumfries and Galloway, this idyllic southwest corner of Scotland.

The perfect venue for small weddings in Scotland

With more couples opting for smaller, more intimate gatherings, Knockinaam Lodge can offer a unique, romantic setting with the option of it being exclusively yours. The maximum number of guests in the restaurant is 30. Alternatively, if you require a table for just a few, we can offer a table for up to 8 at dinner, with accommodation.

View a Sample Lunch and Dinner Menu and our ever changing Wine List and details regarding Exclusive Use.

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