In the beating heart of Edinburgh lies a hidden gem of a venue. One that people walk past every day without realising the incredible space that lies behind its iconic red doors… its name? Mansfield Traquair.
Affectionately known as Edinburgh’s Sistine Chapel, seventeen decades of history are contained within the soaring space of Mansfield. Painstaking restored over recent years, this piece of Edinburgh’s architectural heritage gives unrivalled flexibility to create a truly unforgettable wedding experience.
Nothing is impossible. You want to suspend the weight of a car from the roof of Mansfield? Yes you can.
You want room trembling sound throughout your party? Tick.
State of the art lighting for your evening celebrations? Oh go on then.
Mansfield has seamlessly blended epic spaces with twenty-first century tech. In the capable hands of the Mansfield event designers and caterers Heritage Portfolio you’ll the stage is set for you to create a wedding in a league of its own.
The audible gasps of delight when guests walk into Mansfield Traquair. They just don’t quite know what lies through those huge red doors.
Flexibility of space – Mansfield is one malleable ninja.
That you can use the lighting and sound to rock your party like no other.
The “yes you can” attitude of the event designers at Mansfield.
Go on – we dare you to challenge them…!
Food, glorious food. The Heritage Portfolio team know a thing or two about delighting your guests with a scrummy wedding breakfast.
Take a peek at some of the weddings we’ve been invited to at Mansfield Traquair over the years…
We first met this lovely pair about a year ago and within seconds we wanted to be part of their wedding day. Why? Because of their enthusiasm (about their wedding, […]
Louise & Neil, 26th September 2015 Oh my word…where to start with the wonderful story of Louise and Neil? It takes a special kind of couple to hop across the […]
Gilly & Kev, 24th May 2015 The amount of love, planning and care that went into Gilly and Kev’s wedding was out-of-this world – all with the single aim of […]