Hotel wedding venues in Kent
Hever Castle B&B
Double-moated 13th-century Hever Castle, the childhood home of ill-fated Anne Boleyn, is now home to a sumptuous B&B.
Veterans of the hospitality industry Rona and David Pitchford run Georgian Macknade Manor as an elegant restaurant-with-rooms.
In a gem of a medieval Cinque Port town, this Queen Anne-style house designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens has a new lease of life as an upmarket hotel.
From £90 per night
Sea and sand are steps away from this ‘fantastic’, well-located Victorian hotel, standing on the crescent bay of one of Kent’s original resort towns.
The Crescent Turner Hotel
Guests enjoy a ‘distant view of sea’ across fields and houses, from this newly built hotel above a town synonymous with oysters.
Hotel du Vin Tunbridge Wells
Within walking distance of the Pantiles, this ‘excellent’ hotel, an outpost of the du Vin group, makes a fine base for the Georgian spa town.
The Marquis at Alkham
Well located for continental travellers, this white-painted restaurant-with-rooms on the road to Dover is a destination in itself with rural views, an interesting history and ‘excellent food’.
Sissinghurst Castle Farmhouse
Sue and Frazer Thompson’s serene Victorian farmhouse B&B draws garden-lovers on pilgrimage and history buffs – and everyone in between.
Canterbury Cathedral Lodge
Housed within an architect-designed complex, this contemporary hotel enjoys a ‘prime position’ in the ‘serene grounds’ of the UNESCO-designated World Heritage site.