Addington Palace

Picture a venue in the heart of Surrey, set in 163 acres of rolling countryside with a Palace as a backdrop to boot and yet within 30 minutes from central London – then you would be conjuring up an image of the palatial, grand and historic Addington Palace. Dating back to 1776, the Palace has always provided hospitality for the “great and the good”. With a history that pre-dates the doomsday book to in more recent times serving no less than six Archbishops of Canterbury as their very grandiose summer residence. Present Day, Addington Palace provides one of the most exclusive, charming and endearing Asian Wedding Venues.

 

With the sheer splendour of the Palace coupled with the functional and versatile space provided by the Royal Marquee (Royally named due to HM The Queen’s luncheon visit in July 2002 as part of her Golden Jubilee Celebrations), a De-Boer solid structure that can not only accommodate up to 750 guests but has the added advantage of a fully integrated kitchen facility, luxury toilets and bar. In addition to this, the venue also boasts parking for up to 500 cars – a huge plus when it comes to Asian Weddings!! The Marquee can be hired independently of the Palace or, for that extra special occasion, in conjunction with. The Palace provides the ideal setting for reception drinks and canapés whilst the marquee is in its element when hosting ceremonies or the reception itself.