Adams Room

Large weddings aren’t for everyone. If you want a special day with minimum fuss and a laidback atmosphere, then our historic Adams Room may be the venue for you.

We welcome couples that break the rules. Don’t want matching stationery? Fine. Would rather a wedding cocktail than a glass of bubbly? Excellent. The best thing about your wedding is that you are marrying the love of your life, so relax and let our wedding planners help create a beautiful day with your favourite people.

Our cosy Adams Room is one of the oldest rooms in our hotel making it the perfect venue for a small, intimate wedding with a difference. The room preserves many original features from its construction in the late 1700s including an intricate stucco ceiling and old fashioned baroque fireplace, which both add a delightful atmosphere to this unique space. Famous Scottish poet Robert Burns enjoyed a meal of his own in this very room during the late 18th century, so you will be in great company as his romantic sentiments still fill the room.

Couples can choose to get married anywhere within our beautiful grounds before retiring to this special venue. The Adams Room can comfortably seat between 18 and 35 guests for a wedding dinner or small reception without any complicated table plans.

Our central location means you can easily leave your desk on Friday afternoon and arrive in Inverness for a night cap before the big day. Enjoying a small wedding means you and your guests can spend the whole weekend experiencing our picturesque surroundings and reliving those special moments again and again. There’s no need to return to reality too quickly, extend the celebrations with indulgent spa treatments or whisky tasting sessions that will make your wedding an unforgettable weekend.

FIND OUT MORE

Please see below for more technical details and specifications and please don’t hesitate to get in touch with any questions.

  • Click here to view the Adams Room capacity chart
  • Click here to download our Wedding brochure

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