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InvernessshireSWPP Wedding Venues

Monday 17th December 2018  




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Invernessshire Wedding Venues

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Invernessshire

  1. Bunchrew House - Wedding Reception Venue - Bunchrew House Invernessshire
  2. Castle Stuart - Wedding Venue - Castle Stuart Invernessshire
  3. Culldoen House Hotel - Inverness - Wedding Venue - Culldoen House Hotel - Inverness Invernessshire
  4. Culloden House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Culloden House Hotel Invernessshire
  5. Dunvegan Castle - Wedding Venue - Dunvegan Castle Invernessshire
  6. Eilean Donan Castle - Wedding Venue - Eilean Donan Castle Invernessshire
  7. Flodigarry Country House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Flodigarry Country House Hotel Invernessshire
  8. Glenmoriston Town House - Wedding Venue - Glenmoriston Town House Invernessshire
  9. Highland Voyages - Wedding Venue - Highland Voyages Invernessshire
  10. Hilton Coylumbridge Hotel - Wedding Venue in Aviemore - Hilton Coylumbridge Hotel Invernessshire
  11. Inverlochy Castle Hotel - Wedding Venue - Inverlochy Castle Hotel Invernessshire
  12. Jurys Inn Inverness - Wedding Venue - Jurys Inn Inverness Invernessshire
  13. Loch Ness House Hotel - Wedding Venue - Loch Ness House Hotel Invernessshire
  14. Macdonald Aviemore Highland - Wedding Venue - Aviemore - Macdonald Aviemore Highland Invernessshire
  15. Mercure Inverness Hotel - Wedding Venue - Mercure Inverness Hotel Invernessshire
  16. Mount View Hotel - Hotel - Mount View Hotel Invernessshire
  17. Old Pines Hotel & Restaurant - Wedding Venue - Old Pines Hotel & Restaurant Invernessshire
  18. The Boat Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Boat Hotel Invernessshire
  19. The Newton Hotel - Wedding Venue - The Newton Hotel Invernessshire
  20. Waterside Hotel - Wedding Venue - Waterside Hotel Invernessshire


Wedding Trivia:
DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING
The diamond engagement ring originated with King Maximillian who presented Mary of Burgundy with a diamond ring in 1477 as a token of his love.