Venue: Cobham Hall


Cobham Hall is a Grade 1 listed manor house set in 150 acres of Kentish countryside. Formerly the home of the Earl of Darnsley, it is now considered as one county’s grandest and most important houses. Actually, Cobham Hall is now a day and boarding school and the building has been used in several films, including adaptations of Charles Dickens novels (Rochester, the author’s birthplace being not too far).

What we particularly liked about Cobham Hall are all the amazing photo and video opportunities. The grounds include formal and maze gardens, fountains, cobbled courtyards and manicured lawns, all of which look great on camera

This venue is ideal for weddings as it is not only licensed for civil ceremonies, but it it also has indoor and outdoor locations for your reception ranging from different rooms to a marquee which can be useful for larger ceremonies such as Asian weddings.