The Archbishops Palace was formally the fourteenth century residence of the Archbishops of Canterbury. The building still retains many of its original historic features. It is situated on the banks of the River...
Aberdeen House is a prestigious, elegant building full of charm and character that was built in the 1880’s originally as a school. It stands in its own well-maintained grounds and the house is...
68 Ellington Road,
Danson House is a stunning Grade 1 listed Georgian villa designed by Sir Robert Taylor, the architect of the Bank of England, built in 1766. Set in more than 200 acres of magnificent...
Sittingbourne Library is located in the centre of the town, close to the shopping centre and local transport links. The Library is able to offer small, informal ceremonies in the Registration room which in bright,...
Following the dissolution of Dartford Priory, Henry VIII chose the site to construct a Manor House between 1541 and 1544 for his personal use. Anne of Cleves was given the Manor House as...
The Mansion House is situated at 39 Grove Hill Road, Tunbridge Wells, a short distance from the shopping centre and railway station. This impressive building was built in 1886 and was originally a...
Grove Hill Road,
Wellington House is located just outside the City walls on the west side of the City. It was built in the 1800's next to the river Stour. The entrance to the ceremony suite...
St Stephens Road,
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