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A Winter Wedding at Knockderry House

A winter wonderland was the setting for our first wedding of the year. Ben and Annie Hobley were married on the 10 of January by a local minister in the lovely surroundings of the hotel overlooking a wintry Loch Long. As they took their vows, the snow began to fall gently on the frosty ground and the landscape began to transform providing a unique backdrop to a very special day.

The perfect setting for a Scottish wedding

The perfect setting for a Scottish wedding

The wedding was relatively small with the guests primarily made up of close family, very close friends and various children, the smaller of whom looked like winter fairies in their dresses.

The bride and groom clearly enjoyed their moment. Despite the chilly temperatures they braved the weather to ensure there were some magical photographs taken out in the hotel’s grounds in the falling snow. This was very special intimate day which despite the weather was full of warmth.

The happy couple together in the grounds of Knockderry House

The happy couple together in the grounds of Knockderry House

‘what a wonderful location, excellent food and it was real joy to be looked after by staff who without exception were unfailingly friendly, courteous, efficient and for them nothing was too much trouble to make our stay a very special event.’ – Jim and Sue Hobley, Jan 2010

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