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By: David On: September 4, 2015 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Little Hermitage is an 18th century Grade ii listed Georgian Manor House near Gravesend in Kent. Little Hermitage is surrounded by lovely secluded gardens, with a gazebo licenced for outdoor ceremonies. For indoor ceremonies, the stunning Ivory Room can be used with the lavish interior as designed by David...

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By: David On: November 4, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Preston Court Weddings are a truly wonderful spectacle. Preston court is a Kent wedding venue which is very popular due to a number of factors – it has a moated Island which can host the ceremony if the weather is good. Otherwise, the ceremony can be held in the...

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By: David On: November 3, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Knowlton Court weddings are truly magnificent affairs in this picturesque Kent wedding venue, located seventy miles from London. Knowlton court dates back to the times of William the Conqueror, where it was the seat of his brother, Bishop Odo of Bayeux. The current incarnation of Knowlton Court dates from...

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By: David On: October 28, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

The Spa Hotel Tunbridge Wells weddings are held at one of Tunbridge Wells (and perhaps Kent’s) most popular wedding venues. The Spa Hotel Tunbridge Wells originally started life as a country mansion house, dating from Seventeen Sixty Six. First known as “The Bishops Down Spa Hotel”, the name was...

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By: David On: September 17, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Lympne Castle weddings are all about the view. Lympne is a medieval castle, overlooking Romney Marsh in Kent. The castle acts as an exclusive-use wedding venue with stunning grounds and far reaching views of the marshes and the sea beyond. Lympne Castle has various rooms available for use, which...

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By: David On: September 9, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Bradbourne House weddings have exclusive-use of this beautiful Grade one listed building, set in twenty acres of beautiful parkland complete with a lake. Originall built in Tudor times, the first Bart of Bradbourne was Sir Thomas Twisden; the house remaining in the Twisden family until nineteen thirty seven. Bradbourne’s...

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By: David On: September 9, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Ash has had a church in various forms since Norman times, but the earliest parts of St Peter & St Paul’s Church Ash (the chancel and tower) date from the thirteenth century, whilst the nave was rebuilt in the latter middle ages. The tower houses six bells dating from...

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By: David On: July 26, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Turkey Mill Maidstone weddings are held in the beautiful Orangery at Turkey Mill. This popular Kent wedding venue is now known as ‘The Orangery’. The venue is set in 9 acres of landscaped grounds beside the river Len, which affords great backdrops for wedding photography – the lawns are...

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By: David On: March 21, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells is such a stylish venue that it just makes for stunning wedding photography. Coupled to this, the staff are amazing and will ensure your wedding runs without a hitch, whilst maintaining a respectful, reserved presence. I’ve worked at the hotel many, many times and...

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By: David On: March 5, 2013 In: Kent Wedding Venues Comments: 0

The High Rocks Tunbridge Wells is a popular Kent wedding venue five minutes drive out of central Tunbridge wells. There are five function suites in all, four of which are licenced for civil ceremonies. The High Rocks has an attractive rear garden, and if the weather is good enough,...

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