Eltham Palace

To describe Eltham Palace in one word it would be nuts. Nothing at this venue makes sense when you look at it all together.
A James Bond villain lair is how I would best describe it or a Medieval Art Deco ex military Palace.

Inside and out the Palace is an exciting and thrilling venue with so much to offer, one of my absolute favourite venues and I was very fortunate to have been there for Fionnuala and Kierans wedding.

For more expert advice than I can give take a look here Eltham Palace

Eltham Palace dance floor


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Charlton House Greenwich

A Jacobean house built in the time of James I is a venue for a wow factor.
Close to Greenwich Park and Blackheath, Charlton House is one of many historical venues in the area.

Dark wood panelled walls and well kept grounds, nice drive way up to the entrance of Charlton House would tick a lot of peoples boxes.

Shelley and Nilesh’s wedding here was a great mix of Sikh and western styles with powerful Sikh wedding drums and Bhangra making this wedding very memorable.

For more information take a look here Charlton House Greenwich


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Arundel Town Hall

Arundel Town Hall

Arundel Town Hall is a small venue for a wedding but is wonderfully naturally lit.
It provides a veranda to immediately walk out onto and take in the surrounding town and Castle.

Great venue for approximately 50 guests with  and a Castle to entertain your guests afterwards.

Arundel itself is a beautiful town steeped in over 1,000 years of history.
It is a great location for intimate after wedding pictures and superb restaurants for a wedding breakfast.

For more information take a look here

Arundel Town Hall

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