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The ceremony rooms in Dunoon are based on the ground

floor of Castle House, an imposing building in its own grounds

and enjoying panoramic views over the Firth of Clyde. Built

in the 1820s as a holiday home for Lord Provost Ewing of

Glasgow, it was originally more modestly named Marine Villa

before it was renamed Castle House, reflecting its splendour.

In later years it housed the Tulloch Library, a collection

bequeathed by a local councillor, and is now home to the

Castle House Museum, a rich store of Victorian memorabilia.

Dunoon’s ceremony rooms include private waiting facilities

for bridal parties and are furnished in keeping with the

character of the building.

The larger of the two ceremony rooms can accommodate

the bridal party and 56 guests, while the smaller room,

(the former Provost’s Room), accommodates the bridal party

with a maximum of ten guests.

Floral displays are provided in both rooms but if you prefer

to have fresh flowers, you can arrange this yourself – please

discuss this with your Registrar.

Music can be provided, either from the selection held by

the Registrar, or you can supply a CD of your own choice.

Please make sure your Registrar has this at least two days

before the ceremony.