Weddings at Quex
£1995 - £3995 for venue hire
Up to 120
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This beautifully unique Kent wedding venue is the ideal place to celebrate the special day!
Features & Capacity
Country House / Manor House
Usual Access Time
Bridal Changing Facilities
Grade I/II Listed Building
In-house Wedding Coordinator
Outdoor Reception Space
Ceremony and Reception
Outdoor Ceremony Licence
Food and Drink
In-house Wine List
Pricing & Costs
- We are proud to offer Civil Ceremonies either in the historic Quex House with it's beautifully carved staircase or under our stunning Victorian style Gazebo with a backdrop of our beautifully landscaped 15 acres of garden. We only hold one wedding a day, giving couples our full and undivided attention. If the weather does not allow for your ceremony to be outside, we have indoor options available, but your day will be perfect whatever the weather. There are numerous photographic opportunities with a selection of unique backdrops. No country house would be complete without extensive gardens and Quex is no exception, with acres of beautiful, informal gardens available including lawns, herbaceous boarders, ponds and fountains, a croquet lawn and a Victorian walled garden. Quex House is located next to the Powell-Cotton Museum which is home to a world class collection of natural history. The African Gallery is available to hire for your drinks reception and is a memorable talking point for guests of all ages. Being nestled within this large country estate, we are lucky enough to be able to have fireworks - what a perfect way to finish your special day!
Experience# Of Weddings HostedMore than 50
Location & Contact Details
What’s your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Plan and get organised early, so you can relax and enjoy your big day! Take advice from your wedding coordinators - they're there to help you!
Describe your venue in 5 adjectives.
Quirky, historical, unique, relaxed,
Where’s the best photo spot at your venue?
The Victorian walled garden - beautiful!
What’s your favourite canapé?
Mini Yorkshire pudding with rare steak and horseradish mustard
What is your venue's most unique feature?
The African Gallery in the Powell-Cotton Museum - the most unique place to hold your drinks reception