The Byre At Inchyra

Perthshire based, covering all of Scotland

The Byre at Inchyra is a magical place in the heart of Perthshire. It’s infinitely more than a relaxed, rustic barn venue, because you can make the entire 150-acre estate your own. Light up the parkland as an enchanted forest… marry indoors or out… go glamping… at Inchyra, you’re free to plan your day right down to the last detail, just the way you’d love it to be.

You will be warmly welcomed to the estate and country house, which dates back to 1795 and is conveniently located between Perth and Dundee, about an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh. The original cattle byre was built in 1877 and in 2014 it was beautifully restored and is now one of Scotland’s top wedding venues.

Treat the Byre at Inchyra as a beautifully primed blank canvas and create your own wonderful wedding. Their basic wedding charge includes everything you need to hold a wedding up to the point where you start putting things on the tables and decorating, so that you can make your wedding an expression of who you are. You’ll find their approach open-minded and open hearted. Above all, this is a place for an amazing party, one which you’ll remember for the rest of your lives.

A few of our favourite things about The Byre at Inchyra:
It has been lovingly restored and the owners will offer you a very warm welcome to their estate.
It’s an atmospheric, rustic blank canvas that you can put your own stamp on.
The grounds are beautiful and full of possibilities – lit up, enchanted forest anyone?
The Victorian Walled Garden is a wonderful setting for an outdoor ceremony.
The incredible team will be on hand to give you all the support you need.
What’s not to love about post-wedding glamping?

Images courtesy of The Byre at Inchyra and Photos by Zoe.

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Rustic Scottish barn wedding

The Byre at Inchyra, Perthshire

Inspired by their barn venue, and determined to show their Belgian guests a good time, Erica and Joachim threw a relaxed, rustic celebration in the heart of Perthshire. With lots of muted colours, lace and hessian, wild flowers and foliage, and “the most beautiful smelling sweet peas ever”, it was one very beautiful, fun day.

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