WEDDING belles keen to see the changes rung in at one of Scotland’s most romantic historic houses and newest wedding venues will get a chance to see inside the refurbished former family home of one of Britain’s most famous Prime Ministers tomorrow/today (Sun).
Fasque House at Fettercairn is to open its doors for the first time since being purchased by Fasque House Properties less than a year ago.
In the last eight months, managing director, Douglas Dick-Reid, and his wife, Heather, have turned the main mansion house into a spectacular wedding venue and conference centre just 25 minutes from Aberdeen.
The historic Georgian mansion and former family home of William Gladstone is to host a wedding fayre on March 27 to showcase some of the best wedding service providers in the North East of Scotland.
Everything from florists to photographers will be on hand between noon and 4pm on Sunday at the first free exhibition of its kind to be held at Fasque House.
Fasque House is one of Scotland’s most prestigious private stately homes boasting several reception rooms and bedrooms, including a self-contained four-bedroom bridal suite, over three floors and 33,500sq ft of elegant space.
Weddings and civil ceremonies can be held inside the magnificent entrance hall in front of an elegant double cantilevered staircase, believed to be the largest of its type in the UK, which is naturally lit by a giant ornate cupola.
Corinthian columns, arched doorways, decorative stucco cornices and ceiling roses adorn the reception rooms along with decorative marble or timber fireplaces and original cast-iron grates which provide a luxurious insight into the grandeur of a bygone age.
Outside the house acres of rolling lawns, peacocks, white deer and an abundance of wildlife provide an ideal romantic backdrop for wedding photographs.
For further information please visit www.fasquehouse.co.uk or call Peppercorn PR on 0845 217 8757.
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