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 the Elizabethan time, whilst the front facade dates from Seventeen Fifteen.
The Great Hall seats one hundred guests and is a splendid backdrop for the ceremony and wedding breakfast.
Onsite cottage accommodation allows for the whole weekend to become a celebration and provides great photographic opportunities as the bride makes her way down the drive to the ceremony. The extensive beautiful gardens provide a great backdrop for fantastic wedding photography.
If you’re getting married and are looking for information on Knowlton Court weddings, please contact me to discuss your requirements!
Further information on Knowlton Court weddings can be found at the Knowlton Court website.
David Burke specialises in Kent wedding photography, providing photojournalism coupled with stunning bride and groom portraiture throughout the UK. David works throughout Kent, East and West Sussex, Essex and Surrey and is also available to photograph weddings throughout the UK and abroad.
All images copyright David Burke Photography 2013