About St Edmunds Canterbury
Situated in Canterbury, Kent, St Edmunds Canterbury founded by Dr Samuel Warneford in 1858, is a unique wedding venue comprising of 18th century historic buildings and a chapel. This venue offers scenic views of the famous city and cathedral and is set in acres of parkland with gardens, presenting excellent locations for taking stunning wedding photos and licensed for holding civil marriages, civil partnerships and renewal of vows.
Facilities and capacity
St Edmunds Canterbury is ideal for hosting small and larger functions and ceremonies. This licensed venue can cater to an event for up to 120 guests. It offers an inviting ambience and is a flexible event spaces such as the Drawing room, Terrace, and Dining hall, where you can set up a themed event or a hold a traditional wedding.
This venue has an excellent team to give you impressive assistance and offers tailor made packages to suit different budgets. It also will provide a range of local wedding suppliers, from caterers to florist to photographers, for creating a unique event.
From 550 to 6,700
From 10 to 120
Banquet halls, terraces, gardens, marquees, chapels, kitchen for catering, dance floor, parking
Banquet, ceremony, music, drinks and beverages, catering
In the city
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