About Addington Palace
With a lively past which dates back to the mid-16th Century, Addington Palace 163-acre area landscaped surroundings were designed by none other than the world famous Capability Brown, gardener to the aristocracy. This grade two listed building is renowned for hosting the Queens Royal Jubilee Visit in its Royal Marquee located on its grounds. If you want to follow in the steps of royalty, come to Addington Palace and spend your wedding day.
Facilities and capacity
Addington Palace is licensed for civil ceremonies and boasts outstanding facilities for wedding receptions. Addington Palace has two quite unique spaces: the Palace itself and the Royal Marquee. Both offer a fabulous location for your big event with exclusive use of the grounds for photographs.
Their staff will be there to take away the worries of co-ordinating the wedding. An event manager will assist you in organising your wedding and will be on hand to oversee the big day itself, guaranteeing the day is flawless.
Their professional chefs specialise in European, Asian and African Caribbean cuisine; they will therefore be able to work with your choice of catering or put together a mix combining different options. You will enjoy working together, listening to each other and exchanging ideas.
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