Hever Castle, the charming 13th century Castle in the village of Hever, Kent. Set in 625 acres of glorious Kent countryside. Made famous for having been the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. Who was the second wife of Henry VIII and the Queen of England for 1000 days.
Set amid parkland and forest in the beautiful Kentish countryside. Just three miles south east of Edenbridge, Hever is a truly idyllic place. Where you will find history, beauty, peace and quietness. It embodies all that is English. Standing in a picturesque village, where the timeless church, inn, Castle still dominates, as it has done so for centuries. With the added benefit of 28 beautifully appointed five-star bedrooms in the Tudor Village today referred to as the Astor Wing.
Opportunities to host events on the Estate are plentiful. Be it under the arched columns of the Loggia overlooking the lake. Or in a marquee on the Winter Garden Lawn with views across the moat to the Castle.
A popular destination for weddings, private events and corporate hospitality. The Castle has played host to a plethora of outdoor events and the flexibility of the Estate lends itself well for all occasions.
There are on site caterers offering an eclectic selection of menus.
With a list of recommended suppliers to assist in pulling all the elements that make up part of a great event, make Hever Castle your next destination.