Darling Buds Farm near Ashford in Kent, the set for ITV’s ‘The Darling Buds of May’ TV series(starring Catherine Zeta Jones, David Jason and Pam Ferris) has just been licenced to hold Civil Wedding ceremonies, partnerships and vow renewals.
What could be more ‘Perfick’ than getting married in the beautiful deep Kent countryside at this famous TV location.
The farmhouse and buildings were converted to Holiday Accommodation in 2014, and have already been awarded AA 5* grading and 5* reviews on Tripadvisor. Now the historic Tudor Barn on the farm has been granted a license for weddings and civil partnerships also. The barn can seat up to 80 guests during your ceremony and includes a beautiful grand piano, which would be a stunning addition for your ceremony music.
The Darling Buds Estate offers complete exclusivity and privacy, and is approximately 15 minutes from Ashford and an hour from London. Photo opportunities are plentiful; with sweeping views across 35 acres of farmland complete with lakes, ponds and streams, the space allows for many options in respect of an evening reception. Including a marquee, yurt or even a big top! The farm even has a WWII truck like ‘pop’ Larkin had in the show, and a vintage red phone box.
The Estate is comprised of the Tudor Barn, The Farmhouse, which you will recognise from the television series as the Larkin’s residence, The Oast House and The Cart Lodge; so there is plenty of accommodation for overnight guests. The newly converted buildings can accommodate up to 26 people, and there is additional space in the Shepherd Huts, which are available from May to September.
Whether you are looking for an intimate ceremony, or a larger gathering, the Darling Buds of May Farm is flexible to accommodate most dreams and will create the backdrop to a ‘Perfick’ day.
For more information please visit www.darlingbudsfarm.co.uk contact 01233 226230 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Darling Buds Farm, on Wednesday 3 August, 2016. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/