Monday, May 30, 2011

A little light music..

One of our lovely brides is having a Clarsach player to provide music for part of her ceremony. Becky Hill is a 4th year student at Oban High School and comes very highly recommended. 

If you would like to contact Becky, her details are:

Becky Hill
Telephone 01631710864


Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Win a vintage hen party for 10 people!

My daughter Kirsty has a lovely little vintage tearoom in Glasgow (The Hidden Lane Tearoom) and is offering bride's to be the chance to win a free vintage hen party for 10 people on the evening of 10th June. All you have to do is tell her why you would like to win!

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Monday, May 16, 2011

Food Glorious Food

Food for family, for friends, for sharing 

Some lovely new pics

You can see some lovely new detail shots of Lunga, taken by local photographer Bill Baillie who is photographing a wedding here soon. Here's the link:


Thursday, May 12, 2011

A wedding for not a lot of people, perhaps?

One of the lovely things about Lunga is that it is a very flexible little castle. With two wings of 5 rooms each and little cottages dotted around, a Little Lunga Wedding is always as special and as meaningful and as individual as some of the 'more people' weddings we have here.

You can enjoy a wonderful, generous, food for sharing wedding meal in our little dining room, our middle sized dining room, or our big ballroom sized dining room with beautiful twinkling glass chandeliers and a setting sun if you would really like.

Our grounds are beautiful and if the weather is lovely you can get married in the gardens, under trees, or by the pond. The song of the birds is our musical backdrop. Or you can stroll down to the water's edge and get married where the shore laps the land. Or we can light our huge log fires and you could get married inside. 

Our local churches are also beautiful: Kilmartin church set amongst one of Scotland's richest prehistoric landscapes; Ardfern Church, a lovely whitewashed traditional stone church set on the outskirts of the village; Kilbrandon Church on the little Island of Seil and reached via the tiny bridge across the Atlantic. How lovely to get married in one of these little churches and then head back to Lunga for a wedding breakfast for two people. Or ten people. Or twenty people. Or thirty people.

Maybe your Little Lunga Wedding is about bringing two families together, or escaping the world, or second time round. Maybe what's important is that it is just the two of you. Speaking your own voice. What I know for sure is that you will be looked after by lovely Lunga people who really really care about the sense of your celebration and who will do everything they can to make sure that your wedding, regardless of size and regardless of detail, is the one you imagined it to be. 

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Love is in the air and the flowers do bloom...

Lovely to see Max and Kate again this weekend. They're getting married here in September and were up to have another wander around. The sun shone until we had the biggest thunderstorm ever which brought with it lashings of rain for about half an hour. Afterwards the air was clean and fresh and the garden seemed to jump into life again. I love weather!