A WEDDING VENUE IN KENT AND A QUEEN’S HOUSE IN GREENWICH.

Queens House GreenwichSome couples get engaged on a Saturday and almost without pausing for breath, they are out searching for a venue in Kent for their wedding bright and early on Sunday morning! It’s easy to get carried away with the very fact that “you are getting married”.

However, stepping back a little at this point will not only save you time and money but will give you the chance to think about your budget, the date of the ceremony, number of guests etc, etc, etc, the list is quite a long one!

In our experience we know that there are so many things to consider when planning a wedding it can seem overwhelming.

Something you might consider to help you with your choice of venue….It’s easy to pay a visit to a venue but sometimes just “Taking a look around” doesn’t give you a real sense of the atmosphere, the food the service. In other words the sense of what it would really be like on your wedding day.

May we suggest that you book in for a night or two? Especially as we have great offers on our room rates at the moment! This would give you all the time in the world to walk around our beautiful grounds…perfect for your photographs. Take a guided tour of the house and particularly the function rooms that are available for your wedding reception. After this you will know exactly what it will be like here at the most beautiful wedding venue in Kent when you are here as a married couple.

Of course you could make your visit even more special by driving to Greenwich and visiting the Queen’s House designed by the famous English architect Inigo Jones, inspired by his travels in Italy. It is widely known as the first Classical building in England.

There is a very interesting story regarding the origin of the property…one all prospective husbands should note! The Queen’s House was commissioned by James I’s wife Anne of Denmark. She had reportedly been given the manor of Greenwich after he swore in front of her when she accidentally killed his favourite hunting dog. Not a bad result, all things considered but sadly Anne of Denmark never got to see her vision for the house fulfilled – she died in 1619, before the ground floor was completed.

So, a wonderful break away and your choice of wedding venue all settled on one visit. We look forward to welcoming you here at Bromley Court just give us a call and we will do everything we can to help you plan your perfect day.