Find the best Wedding Venues in Deal and Dover as recommended by local Deal and Dover people in thebestof Deal and Dover's Wedding Venues directory.
Visit Kent's most stunning wedding venue, set in the beautiful grounds of Grade II listed Solton Manor at East Langdon Dover, close to Deal and Sandwich. Solton Manor can accommodate up to 250 guests in its lined Dutch Barn with magnificent grounds and ample parking. It's catering and customer service are outstanding, all locally sourced produced and prepared to provide you with a truly unforgettable occasion.
Geoff C said
We recently held our wedding at Solton Manor, the venue is absolutely superb, with fantastic backdrops for photographs. the catering was great too and for the price reasonably good value. We had a fantasic day with great feedback from all our guests. The only hiccup was a mix-up on timings for the end of the reception. So we would recommend getting all the details in writing ond onto the booking form if you use this wedding venue.
The Royal Hotel is a wedding venue with unique charm located overlooking the English Channel and Deal's award-winning pier. Ideal for intimate weddings with up to 60 guests, The Royal Hotel has a delightful bridal suite and plenty of accommodation for your guests. Easy access from Dover and Sandwich, all of Kent, London and the UK - not to mention France, just 20 miles away!read more
Wallett's Court Country House Hotel, Restaurant and Spa is a wedding venue with a great deal to offer. With luxury, elegance, comfort and excellent service, the Hotel is located with easy access from Dover, Deal and Sandwich, and beyond.
Paul L said
We stayed here on our wedding night, beautiful rooms and a real treat - traditional English breakfast in bed we felt thoroughly spoiled
The White Cliffs Hotel at St Margaret's-at-Cliffe, on the Dover Deal and Sandwich Kent coast, is a perfect wedding venue offering sumptuous accommodation for the bridal couple and guests,arrangements tailored to your own personal specification, award winning catering facilites, and a beautiful setting right in the heart of White Cliffs Country.
Stephanie H said
We booked visitors from the North in to stay at The White Cliffs Hotel and they loved it. Very comfortable, welcoming and relaxing. I come here for coffee from time to time, when meeting friends or colleagues, and will dine here soon, the menu and offers look very tempting.
The Astor Community Theatre in the Deal offers a unqiue and charming wedding venue. Located in the town centre, close to parking, the Theatre offers two function rooms in addition to the main auditorium and bar. The Astor Community Theatre is easily accessible from Dover and Sandwich.
Laura H said
Great community theatre. Always something going on. Something for everyone!
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If you are looking at wedding venues for your special day, consider Deal Welfare club in Deal, just a short drive from Sandwich and Dover.There are function rooms for hire of various sizes, each with their own bar, kitchen and toilet facilities, plentiful parking and good disabled access.There is a dance floor along with stage area and a family garden area,an ideal back drop for your wedding photography.
sam s said
Iit's an okay place, I go there for the music and price of beer.
The Ramada Dover Hotel and Best Western Dover Marina Hotel and Spa are wedding venues of quality. Look out for regular wedding fayres at both hotels or call in to find out how Leaf hotels could make your wedding day absolutely wonderful.
Leanne Y said
Very nice hotel! had some friends come to the Dover and they wanted me to arrange a Hotel for them, The Ramada at Whitfield was well priced and they were over the moon.
The Pines Calyx at St Margaret's close to the Dover Deal and Sandwich area of Kent and the continent is a stunning wedding venue for hire,that will make your day by the very nature of its existance and location totally unique.
The venue is phenomenal! there's nothing quite like it. The service provided for my wedding however felt a little slung together and the food was dreadful. The beef was so chewy we had a guest choke on it, roast potatoes were hard, Yorkshire puddings were burnt and the Eton mess was inedible. quite devastating in hindsight.