Wedding Venues in Kent

Wedding Venues in Kent

We’ve had the pleasure of catering at many of Kents most beautiful wedding venues and are a preferred supplier for many of them.  Here are few words from the venues themselves and a useful link to their websites.


Chiddingstone Castle

Nestled in rolling countryside, just off the M25, Chiddingstone Castle is one of Kent’s finest historic houses and a much sought-after wedding venue. We offer exclusive use, giving you control of timings and an opportunity to prepare in the bride’s suite.

Lead your guests through the village gates to the Tudor High Street and a visit to St Mary’s church, or stay on site for a ceremony at the Orangery, or inside the castle. Our caterers will design a menu for you and will serve your drinks throughout the day, corkage free.

Flexibility is key, we tailor your wedding, large or small, formal or relaxed and help to plan your budget, formalise your ideas and create your unique celebration.

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The Oak Barn, Frame Farm

Heritage, character and rural beauty combine in perfect harmony at The Oak Barn. Nestled in valley in the heart of the Weald of Kent, every detail of this exclusive Grade II listed venue has been designed to make the perfect setting for your special day.

The Oak Barn is a series of stunning buildings dating as far back as 1607 and have recently undergone an extensive restoration to uncover their natural beauty. Today, they discreetly incorporate all the benefits of a contemporary wedding venue.

The farm is exclusively yours; relax with drinks on the terrace next to the picturesque pond, and celebrate with family and friends in the magnificent Oak Barn before retreating across the courtyard to the luxurious cottages.

Deana and Tim Maw
01580 441571


The Kings School, Canterbury

The King’s School, Canterbury

Location is at the heart of any Celebrations and at The King’s School, Canterbury we will provide you the atmosphere and beauty for your special day.

Choose from a variety of locations including the Refectory in Henry VIII’s palace on the edge of St Augustine’s Abbey, 80 acres of stunning grounds at Junior King’s School or the dramatic Malthouse, home to a 334 seat theatre and ceremony rooms.