Venue Fact File: St Augustine's Priory, Kent
09 Nov 2016
St Augustine's Priory is a unique 13th century medieval priory building set in established gardens, where every wedding is unique and the team try to say ‘yes’ to all client requests
St Augustine’s Priory is a stunning venue for couples to hold their wedding, offering three locations, the grand ceremony hall, the drawing room and the garden gazebo. Guests will enjoy drinks and canapés in the garden, followed by the wedding breakfast held in the marquee or conservatory for smaller numbers and with no corkage charges.
The amazing history and the in-house catering team, who provide restaurant quality food with in a larger service setting.
Availability and prices
Exclusive use and availability all year round. Packages start from £1,895 for a ceremony only, up to £15,000 for the marquee and catering for 100 guests – dependant on what choices are made. A ceremony package will include a wedding planner and florals in the grand ceremony hall. A marquee package will include use of the ceremony room, table flowers, tables, chairs, linen, cutlery, glassware, wedding planner and maitre'd.
Best spot for photographs
Everywhere; endless amounts of opportunities, a photographer’s dream.
The wedding team help couples to plan their special day: Libby Lawson, Zena Hale, Robert Emson and chef Jonathan Emson.
“My husband and I got married here in September 2016. The venue was recommended to us by a friend and we are so glad they did. From day one the team were professional and supportive. We had so many questions and ideas – all of which they were happy to discuss with us in the level of detail we wanted. Planning the day was a breeze with everyone involved. Libby and Rob were incredibly flexible and open to any ideas or suggestions we had for our very quirky wedding. Since the big day, our guests just can’t stop talking about what a good day they had.” Ashley and Richard Selby-Chambers
Maximum guest numbers
Ceremony - 100
Reception - 200
Read more about St Augustine's Priory in the Kent Venue Guide 2016/17