Roman Camp Country House Hotel, is a fabulous wedding venue found in the heart of the Trossachs National Park in Scotland.

Lovingly run by husband and wife Marion and Eric Brown for the last 30 years, the hotel is sure to delight you. Licensed for civil weddings, their secret chapel is nestled in the 16th century oak-panelled library, while the romantic grounds are perfect for wedding photos, or for the ceremony itself. With an excellent relationship with ministers, celebrants and registrars in the local area, you can have the service that’s right for you.

Afterwards, newlyweds can treat their guests to award-winning dining - Roman Camp has been awarded three rosettes by the AA – and make use of the spacious facilities to entertain the guests.

The principal reception rooms, the Drawing Room with its period silk wall covering and the Library, are perfect for welcoming guests, both have tranquil views over the river Teith and great open fires, with a charm only a true historic building can project.

These two rooms are linked together with an intimate bar where the grand piano sits, and is the ideal situation for a classical quartet or pianist to entertain you. Champagne and cocktail receptions may also be held outside in the gardens which are bounded by ancient trees and river.