The Oban Times - - BRIDE GUIDE -

Is­lay lies off the West Coast of Scot­land, within the group of is­lands known as the In­ner He­brides. Is­lay, the ‘Jewel of the He­brides’ was once the seat of the Lord of the Isles; the ru­ins of their coun­cil build­ings can still be seen to­day on an is­land in the mid­dle of Loch Fin­lag­gan.

Where to get mar­ried on Is­lay?

There are lots of beau­ti­ful lo­ca­tions on Is­lay to choose from and you can pick any one of them, whether it be one of Is­lay’s glo­ri­ous beaches or a work­ing dis­tillery. The choice is yours. Op­tions in­clude Ionad Chaluim Chille Ile, Port Mor and Fin­lag­gan.

Port Mor

This com­mu­nity fa­cil­ity is in the beau­ti­ful con­ser­va­tion vil­lage of Port Charlotte. Mar­riages can take place in the grounds around the cen­tre which in­clude a small beach, camp­site and football pitches. In the event of bad weather, the cen­tre boasts a beau­ti­ful glass-fronted room with fan­tas­tic views across Lochin­daal to the Mull of Oa.

Loch Gorm House

Loch Gorm House is a lux­ury Scot­tish Tourist Board rec­om­mended five-star gold bed and break­fast guest­house on the beau­ti­ful Isle of Is­lay. Loch Gorm House was re­cently re­fur­bished and all of the rooms of­fer well-ap­pointed ac­com­mo­da­tion, some with spec­tac­u­lar sea views across Loch In­daal.

Chatterbox Flow­ers

The Isle of Is­lay brims with Highland beauty at ev­ery turn, es­pe­cially in its ‘machair’ dune ar­eas, where wild­flow­ers burst into life each spring. In fact, there are a num­ber of un­com­mon species that thrive on Is­lay. We can tai­lor your bri­dal bou­quet to suit your spec­i­fi­ca­tions in­clud­ing ex­otic, wild and sea­sonal flow­ers.

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