Named after world-famous Scottish physician and writer, most famous for penning the Sherlock Holmes crime fictions, the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Centre is a unique and dynamic space to have your wedding in Edinburgh.
As an interfaith centre, it welcomes all types of ceremony whether that be religious, humanist, civil or spiritual; you’ll have the freedom and flexibility to create a personal wedding that reflects your beliefs and respects your traditions.
Originally owned by William McEwan, of the brewing dynasty, this venue really is one-of-a-kind, with beautiful features; Baroque doors and magnificent staircases with minstrel’s gallery are topped with an engraved glass dome.
The main function suite comprises of The Helen Duncan Room and The Mary Duffy Room, both with ornate cornices, chandeliers and marble fireplaces. Both rooms look out to St Mary’s Cathedral gardens, right at the heart of this beautiful city.
The Sanctury holds 60 people theatre-style and is a perfect, peaceful space to have your ceremony. For a fun drinks reception, invite your guests to have a glass of champagne in The Sherlock Holmes Tearoom!
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Don’t just take our word for it; visit The Arthur Conan Doyle Centre and check it out for yourself at their Wedding Open Day, taking place on Saturday 28th January from 11am until 4pm. Just five minutes away from Haymarket Train Station and Princes Street, you’re just a stone’s throw from the bustle of the city at this prestigious west end address.
Meet some of the centre’s recommended suppliers who can help you on your journey to planning the perfect wedding and tour the facilities to get a true feeling for what your special day could be like there.
During the Open Day, the Mary Duffy and Helen Duncan rooms will be dressed for a wedding with the help of the preferred suppliers, who’ll be around to show you the products they have to offer.
You can also discover the rest of this fascinating building on a personal tour, where the wedding team will be able to show you around the building.
Entry is free, and you’ll get a glass of prosecco and canapes on arrival. Don’t miss this great opportunity to tour a magnificent Victorian townhouse and start planning your perfect Scottish wedding in Edinburgh.
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