Make it an event to remember for your guests too, with luxury wedding guest accommodation at Forbes of Kingennie country estate
Built around some of Scotland’s most famous trout fishing waters, 14 luxurious holiday lodges nestle in the woodland and also around the Forbes of Kingennie ponds, providing exceptional wedding accommodation and a home-from-home for your wedding guests. Our woodland lodges are let for a minimum of 3 nights and sleep from 4 to 6 guests per lodge.
Stunning wedding guest accommodation in two luxury 10 person lodges which each contain five twin-bedded rooms all with en-suite shower rooms, fully fitted kitchen and spacious lounge with wood burning fire. Each room is decorated to a very high standard and has complimentary Wi-Fi. Kingennie Court lodges are very spacious and are perfect for guests to share. These lodges boast stunning views overlooking the golf course and can be booked for 1 or more nights.
This lodge is very popular with bride and grooms, providing an idyllic luxury retreat located in a secluded spot on the water's edge. Built in 1855, it has been beautifully restored, but with a contemporary twist, as the lodge boasts a specially designed NASA weightless effect bed and ensuite bathroom with 'Waterlily' jacuzzi bath. The Leannan Boathouse can be booked for 1 or more nights.
While we have on site luxury accommodation at the resort for around 80 guests, should your event require residential accommodation for larger numbers we are happy to suggest and recommend alternative ‘overspill’ accommodation locally. The main centre is naturally Dundee, where there is a variety of large chain or group hotel and travel lodge accommodation – admittedly not of quite the same standard as ours!
Naturally the key benefit of accommodating your wedding guests on site is that they are with you throughout, and they always continue to enjoy all the high standards for which we are so well known, as well as the seclusion of an enchanting woodland area, adjacent to our wedding suite, overlooking our four trout-fishing lochans and the nine-hole golf course.