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Searching for your wedding venue is one of the most exciting and important parts of wedding planning. Your choice will shape your whole day, from the number of guests you’ll be celebrating with to the vibe and style of your wedding. Our wedding venue finder is here to make the whole process easy and enjoyable and will ensure you find the perfect setting to say your “I dos”.

We have carefully curated the very best wedding venues in Sevenoaks and to help you find the perfect one for you, you can filter your search to include your individual must-haves, such as exclusive use, accommodation and capacity. Search for barns, intimate wedding venues, castles, country house wedding venues and much more!

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Hever Castle offers three stunning locations for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
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Sevenoaks
Whether you are planning a wedding reception or an intimate party with family & friends,…
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St Julians Club
Sevenoaks
Tucked away behind Knole Park, Sevenoaks, is St Julians Club, a private club built in…
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The Management of Best Western Donnington Manor Hotel offer their warmest congratulations on your forthcoming…
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Holiday Inn Maidstone-Sevenoaks – Not your average Holiday Inn. Step into the entrance with its’…
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Whether you are looking for a civil marriage ceremony, full wedding reception and evening party…
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Combe Bank
Sevenoaks
Built in 1728, Combe Bank is an elegant Palladian mansion house set in 27 acres…
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Dorton House
Sevenoaks
Dorton House is one of the most enchanting venues in Kent for wedding ceremonies, receptions…
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Set in an area of 'outstanding natural beauty' the clubhouse offers a venue to make…
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Venue types in Sevenoaks

The prosperous town of Sevenoaks these days serves largely as a dormitory town for the capital, but it has a distinct character still, not least because of the legend of its name, said to come – no surprise this – from seven oaks planted together there. In medieval days it was a place that cared for pilgrims, so we can hope there is a tradition of hospitality to strangers in its DNA. This is a rather genteel spot, the place for a quiet wedding perhaps, though doubtless it would not be too much of a stretch to get a bit wild too – Knole Park, its most famous landmark, has surely had a few wilder gatherings over the centuries.

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