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Hever Castle

Max Capacity 120
Hever Castle in Kent is a truly unique castle venue perfect for meetings, conference and dinners.Oonly 40 minutes from London, the stunning 13th century Castle was once the childhood home of Anne Boleyn. The venue offers many options within its 680 acre estate including The Astor Wing, The Guthrie Pavilion and Golf Course.
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Meeting & Event Room Capacities Reception Theatre Boardroom U Shape Din/Dance Cab Lunch/Dinner
Tudor Suite 60 50 24 25 60 30 60
Spanish Dining Room - - 8 - - - -
Moat Resturant 120 - 8 - - - -
Marquee 600 - - - - - -
  • Nearest train

    Hever 0.8 Miles

  • Car Parking

    Onsite (500 spaces)

    Cost: Free

  • Nearest Junction

    M25 JCT 5 8.1 Miles

  • Nearest Airports

    London Gatwick Airport

    Airport 12.2 Miles

Accommodation

Many of our venues have strong relationships with local hotels to provide accommodation for events they host. Our central sales team can also assist with larger group bookings. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Equipment

  • Wi-Fi
  • Flipcharts
  • Lectern
  • Courier Services
  • PA System
  • LCD/Data Projector
  • Back Projection Kit
  • Computer Equipment
  • Internet Connection Cable
  • Remote Clicker

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Facilities & Leisure

  • Archery
  • Falconry
  • Fishing
  • Heli-Pad
  • Marquee Space
  • Snooker/Pool
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tennis/Squash
  • Walking
  • Wedding Licence
  • Ballroom
  • Clay Pigeon Shooting
  • Croquet
  • Golf - 18 Hole
  • Golf - 9 Hole
  • Lake
  • Laser Clayshooting
  • Lawns
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

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Case study

We know it's important that you have confidence in our ability to deliver exceptional events. What better way to do this than with case studies of previous events. We are working on case studies for this venue. We always love to hear from our customers and get their feedback, so if you have some feedback, please contact us

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Overview

The Astor Wing: The Astor Wing, an Edwardian wing designed in Tudor style. Presented as an 'exclusive-use' wing of Hever Castle created by William Waldorf Astor in 1904. Offering an impressive Tudor style meeting space, The Astor Wing incorporates state of the art audio visual facilities, accommodating meetings for to 60 guests, with a beautiful lounge, billiards room and a private outside terrace with an outdoor heated swimming pool. Dine in the Castle and stay overnight in one of the 28 luxury, 5 star bedrooms. The Guthrie Pavilion in The Italian Garden: With its lakeside location in the award winning Italian gardens, this versatile, contemporary venue accommodates up to 200 guests for meetings and functions. The Loggia, overlooking a lake, can be used for private drinks receptions. There is a Championship Golf Club, a Health & Wellbeing centre, a marquee accommodating events for up to 600, an activities field for motorised pursuits and team building

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