Fife Lodge Hotel is the perfect venue for large and small weddings.
The hotel holds the necessary licenses for Civil and Religious marriage ceremonies.
The Princess Louise Ballroom can cater for wedding receptions from 50 to 200 guests and up to a further 100 for the evening dance.
The hotel is set in its own grounds. There is ample parking for guests' cars and easy access for buses taking guests to and from the wedding.
Our gardens and the hotel are a perfect backdrop for your wedding photographs.
Designing a wedding to suit your requirements couldn’t be easier.
For appointments to meet with the team please telephone Amanda, Hazel or Linda on 01261 812436, send a general email or arrange a visit by completing our online form here.
EXPLORE & DISCOVER
The local area offers visitors a wealth of activities and leisure options that will suit all ages and abilities.
The Moray Firth is a haven for wildlife. Seals, dolphins and whales can often be seen from the shoreline. Alternatively for those wishing to get a little closer, Guide Charter Cruises offer various services that will enable you to take to the sea and explore.
The golfing enthusiast will be spoilt for choice with a fantastic selection of courses, all within a short driving distance of Banff.
Opposite you will find a selection of images taken over recent times.
Our wedding gallery hopefully showcases the hotel in greater detail and will give you a glimpse of the surroundings and the special times that many couples have experienced here at Fife Lodge.
For appointments to meet with the team please telephone Amanda, Hazel or Linda on 01261 812436
FOOD & DRINK
Our Head Chef produces an array of delicious dishes from fresh local produce which includes Aberdeenshire beef and North Sea fish.
Lunch and dinner are served daily in the Balvenie Lounge Bar and Montcoffer Dining Room.
The Balvenie Lounge Bar has an informal, comfortable feel with soft seats and an open fire in winter. The Montcoffer Dining Room is a light, spacious room with stunning views over our gardens to the Deveron Valley below and Montcoffer Woods, for which it is named, above.