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The Ceremony

The Ceremony

The Ceremony can take place within the walls of the 13th Century Castle or by the stunning setting of the single cannon over looking the Sound of Mull.  Say “I do” and make history surrounded by 800 years of life and love.

Alongside our weddings, we welcome couples who wish to renew their vows at the castle. It is a special location for Clan Maclean descendants to return to renew their vows.

Wedding times and availability

During April the Castle is open on restricted hours which are 11am to 4pm every day. This allows weddings to take place out with these hours.
From 1st May to 18th October, the Castle is open from 10.30am to 5.00pm so the ceremony can take place before or after the Castle is open to the public.
We recommend that guests are invited to arrive 15 minutes before the start of the ceremony.

Registrar

For formal arrangements with the registrar, you must contact them at

Argyll and Bute Council,
Corporate and Legal Services
Tobermory
Isle of Mull
Argyll
PA75 6PX
Telephone: 01688 301024
E-mail: andrew.penny@argyll-bute.gov.uk

It is advisable to check the availability of the Registrar when booking. If you do not live in the UK, the Registrar will be able to advise you what papers you need to bring with you.
Please note that the Registrar will not take ceremonies on a Sunday.

Religious Ceremonies

If you wish to have a Religious Ceremony at Duart we advise you to discuss this with your own Priest first of all, who will be able to tell you the process on how to organise this. Please note that although Duart is licensed to hold wedding ceremonies taken by a Registrar, not all Churches will take ceremonies outside of a Church unless there are unusual circumstances to warrant it.

Humanist Ceremonies

Humanist ceremonies can be arranged through Annie Loughlin, Registered Humanist Celebrant.
Telephone: 01852 500558/ 0791 9966444

Find out more

If you are outside UK, America, Canada, Australia or NZ and would like to make a purchase, please contact: giftshop@duartcastle.com Dismiss