Great couples, events and commercial shoot organisers deserve a great venue! For weddings, events and commercial shoots, the exclusive use Hayne House makes a stunning backdrop to your perfect day, event or location shoot. Hayne House is a wonderfully versatile, and sustainable, wedding venue in Kent. Whether you dream of wandering the romantic gardens in high summer or a cosy winter wedding, Hayne House is the perfect setting for couples who dream of a relaxed day surrounded by the people they love most in the world.
Set within 35 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, stands a romantic brand new pavilion for outdoor ceremonies and an imposing white, eco-chic Orangery with floor to ceiling doors that can be flung open on a sunny day that is perfect for an indoor ceremony, meeting, conference, dining room, bar and there is a dance floor and private bar. The modern glasshouse, with underfloor heating, offers couples and event organisers a contemporary venue with 'green' credentials. In addition, there is on-site accommodation.
In the former Hunting Lodge, there are six ensuite bedrooms that includes a honeymoon suite, a dining and sitting room. In Froggies the onsite B&B there are four bedrooms and a self-catering apartment. The food is provided by Andersons Caterers a local Kent based Wedding & Event Caterer, who is proud to create an unforgettable dining experience. Utilising the freshest and finest ingredients that are locally sourced and seasonal, they create delicious canapes served on unique platters to traditional three-course wedding breakfasts, quintessentially English Afternoon Teas, Buffets, BBQs, Hog Roasts and sharing boards.
With every aspect planned around your event, we look forward to hearing from you. There is also a Pamper Cottage - perfect for the bride tribe or grooms party, that has all the facilities necessary to start your perfect event.
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