House of Dun
Montrose, DD10 9LQ
Telephone: 01674 810264
Contact: John McKenna
Built by William Adam and inspired by the Château d’Issy near Paris, the House of Dun is an early 18th-century Georgian masterpiece.
Set amid 300 hectares of intricate Victorian gardens, expansive parkland and beautiful woodland, this exquisite venue offers wonderful views of the Montrose Basin and its world-famous nature reserve. Designed with entertaining in mind, the House of Dun is a romantic venue for civil, religious and humanist wedding ceremonies.
Richly decorated with ornate plasterwork, the Grand Saloon and adjoining Dining Room are adorned with beautiful collections of 18th- and 19th-century portraits, porcelain and furniture, and 20th-century masterpieces by prominent Scottish Colourists - a versatile and breath-taking setting for drinks receptions, ceremonies and dinners.
Within the grounds, the Victorian walled garden offers an inspirational setting for alfresco ceremonies, drinks receptions and photography. For larger weddings, a marquee can be easily accommodated at the front of the house.
***Exclusive use may be available on request – please enquire***
70 guests for ceremonies and drinks receptions
50 guests for dinner
500 guests for marquee weddings