The venue is no great surprise, and the couple will say 'I do' at Andy's own Cromlix House Hotel near his home town of Dunblane, in Scotland, reports the BBC.
The couple have been dating for 10 years, and Andy finally put a ring on it last November.
Andy is following in the steps of his brother, Jamie Murray, who wed his wife Alejandra Gutierrez at Cromlix House back in 2010, where Andy took on the role of Best Man.
Tennis ace Andy then snapped up the property for £1.8 million in 2012. It has undergone a large refurbishment and is now a 15-room luxury hotel, complete with its own chapel and a restaurant headed up by legendary chef Albert Roux.
The couple were spotted walking their dogs near their £5 million home in Oxshott, Surrey, this week after Andy flew back from Australia following his defeat in the Aussie Open by Novak Djokovic.
Kim shocked the audience with a potty-mouthed rant during Andy's semi-final win, and then made light of the episode by wearing a t-shirt with the slogan 'Parental Advisory: Explicit Content' to the next match.
Speaking about the upcoming nuptials, Andy's brother Jamie says there's been no news on whether he'll be asked to return the favour and be Andy's best man.
Speaking to the Daily Record recently he said, "I'm still waiting on that. If I get asked, great.
"If not, then it's not the end of the world. "I'm sure it'll be a good day."
And we're sure that Kim will make a totally stunning bride.
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