Once owned by Henry VIII and the Archbishops of Canterbury, it is nestled on the picturesque grounds of a heritage site surrounded by lush parklands. The Great Barn combines grandeur, unique charm and the character of a 16th century building just forty minutes from the heart of London.

The space boasts exposed wooden oak beams throughout, limestone flooring, and can hold 80-250+ persons (seated), underfloor heating, finishing kitchen, a fully stocked oak bar, and a large concealed parking lot. The Venue is licenced for civil ceremonies, bookings are being taken for 2016 and beyond.