Bradbourne Hotel is a Grade I listed building which is steeped in history from Sir Twisden becoming the first Bart of Bradbourne in 1650 with the house being in the family of the Twisdens until 1937.
Bradbourne House is set in 20 acres of parkland in East Malling, Kent and the building was originally built in Tudor times but was extended in the early 18th century to create the hotel you see today. The house is now owned by the East Malling Trust for Horticultural Research.
Bradbourne House has many historical memories dotted around which will bring a feeling of enchantment to your wedding day. With mystical mystery and fascination of the years gone by, the many portraits that line the halls of the house display the historical figures that have been part of Bradbourne House.
This wedding venue is for exclusive use when you book your wedding day. With a beautiful stream that flows through estate feeding lakes and waterfalls you are sure to have some wonderful wedding pictures. It is said that for each season each wedding is unique and picturesque and holds a unique speciality for couples on their day.
From The Great Hall which holds larger wedding parties, with the open of an adjoining marquee, to the smaller wedding, within the Hatton Fruit Garden, all of the rooms feature original beautiful décor which seems to come alive when there is a wedding.
Take a look at the website of Bradbourne House, an exceptional venue for a wedding or celebration.