Scottish wedding venue Carlowry Castle in a major investment


Funded by the investment, work that will allow the castle to host more guests and offer a wider selection of modern rooms is well underway and will be completed this year.

Carlowry Castle, built in 1852 in the Scottish baronial style, has 21 spacious bedrooms, each with a view of the countryside.

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Founder and CEO Andrew Marshall said: “We are thrilled to be working with The Cumberland to create new accommodation options for our guests at Carlowry Castle to meet growing demand. Finding the right loan partner was critical to me and when I stumbled upon The Cumberland I was pleased that our founding values ​​matched. They ticked all the boxes and the team did not disappoint when it came to working together to bring our goals to life.”

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He added: “I look forward to new collaboration opportunities as we continue to grow and develop within the Carlowrie Group in the coming years.”

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A former abandoned stable block, located inside a walled garden on the castle grounds, has been restored to house seven en-suite bedrooms, with five modern cabins and a sauna to accommodate 10 more people to be built in the new year.

When completed, the castle and its 32-acre grounds, which boast a rich heritage including being the only home of Isobel Wylie Hutchison, described by Carlowry Castle as “Scotland’s greatest female explorer”, will be able to host 50 guests.

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