Cambridge Cottage at Kew Gardens is an exquisitely intimate wedding venue situated in Kew Gardens in southwest London. With affordable venue hire and exclusive use of its historic event spaces, the Duke of Cambridge's former residence is a charming place in which to celebrate your wedding day.
Wedding Venue Snapshot: - Capacity for 80 dinner dance and 120 standing reception - Available for dry hire - Monday to Thursday excluding Bank Holidays costs 2000 GBP plus VAT - Friday excluding Bank Holidays costs 2500 GBP plus VAT - Saturday costs 3500 GBP plus VAT - Sunday 3000 GBP plus VAT - Preferred supplier list applies - Exclusive hire - Your fees contribute to the Kew Gardens charity, which aims to enrich understanding of plants and fungi around the world.
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Cambridge Cottage is a hidden secret, nestled in the enchanting gardens of Kew. Its a charming period building in a tranquil corner away from any noise or distraction. What’s more, when you hire this undiscovered event space, you also unlock access to the entire estate for you and your guests to explore. Your guests will have an experience like no other, and the setting becomes a photographer’s paradise.
Unlike most wedding venues, your fees will be funnelled directly into the vital scientific research carried out across the gardens, to protect and develop a better understanding of the world’s vital plant life. You can also combine Cambridge Cottage with other function spaces across the estate, such as the iconic Temperate House, the stunning Nash Conservatory or the airy open plan Orangery.
Inside Cambridge Cottage, there is a variety of spacious light-filled spaces that retain their homely heritage features. Just like the gardens, the building has been conserved in immaculate condition. The Drawing Room and Gallery are decorated with beautiful botanical artwork and classical wooden floors. There is even the option to say your vows beneath the quaint French doors, with your guests seated comfortably outside in the secluded Duke’s garden.
It's really nice & beautiful!
However, the big greenhouse, could really do with a clean! I know it's an old building, full of history, but it really does need a spruce up! Also, for such a renowned place,I was surprised that so many of the plants look dead or dying!
Royal Botanical Garden, commonly known as Kew gardens is a garden with numerous collection of plants around the world. The sites is well planned to the extent that wedding reception are held in the conservatory; offering the guests a breathe taking views of plants of different species in their conditioned habitats. My experience was awesome. Spectacular views of nature.