THE DINNER & DANCING

Wedding Dinner & Dancing

Smaller intimate wedding breakfasts can be accommodated in the Byre.   For guest numbers over 80 we would recommend using the Barn which can easily cater for functions from 50 to 300 people, as it is a versatile space that can be partitioned to suit your requirements.   The rustic charm of this open barn still carries features including the old cattle troughs which make a fantastic backdrop to the main bar.   With the luxury of space, a permanent stage, bar within easy reach and an optional chill out area you can create a wonderful setting to suit the number of guests attending your event.   The swags off hessian and hundreds of fairy lights draped from the roof make this a truly magical space.   We can keep the Barn hidden away from your day guests until you are ready to go through as it provides that element of surprise and WOW factor that you have created from our blank canvas.

As you are able to bring in your own suppliers to create your wedding just the way you want it, you have various catering options to choose from.   You could have a traditional sit down meal, a buffet, bbq, hog roast or if you are looking to do something that little bit different we even allow Street Food vans inside the Barn.   We have a kitchen/prep room onsite that is available for caterers to use to allow them to easily cater for your guests.

There is a fixed bar within the Barn that your supplier can use.   We do not charge corkage and can provide you with the information you require to apply for an occasional licence to Fife Council. Alternatively we can recommend local suppliers who would take care of all that for you.

Dinner & Dancing
Dinner & Dancing
Dinner & Dancing
Dinner & Dancing
Dinner & Dancing
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Receptions, meals and dancing are held in the barn which is a huge space, fantastic for wedding parties, and amazing for personalising to make your day really special. The space within the barn helps the photographer as you aren’t fighting to get between guests to get those dancing shots, you can easily mill about and get great reportage shots without being too obvious in front of someone.
Heather O'Donnell
Heather Jayne Photography