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Weddings and private events - Cambridge Cottage

The ideal boutique venue for London weddings and private events. The venue accommodates up to 80 guests for a seated dinner or 150 for a standing reception.

Venue details: 
Capacities
  • Civil ceremony: 80
  • Dinner dance: 80
  • Standing reception: 150
Wedding hire time
  • Day/evening: 9am to 11pm
  • 9-hour period within the above times
  • Additional hours charged as required
Wedding venue availability 2014/15
  • 5 January to 22 December
  • Not available on public holiday dates throughout the year
Venue hire fees
  • Monday to Thursday £2,000 + VAT
  • Friday £2,500 + VAT
  • Saturday £3,500 + VAT
  • Sunday £3,000 + VAT

Cambridge Cottage is the former royal residence of the Duke of Cambridge and became part of the Gardens in 1904. The Drawing Room is licensed for civil ceremonies for up to 80 guests. The adjoining Gallery houses botanical artwork and can accommodate the same number for seated dining.

Both rooms open onto the intimate, picturesque and secluded Duke's Garden which is perfect for outdoor drinks, photographs, summer barbeques and garden parties. Cambridge Cottage can accommodate up to 150 guests for a cocktail reception, evening wedding reception or standing buffet.

The Cambridge Cottage lobby, entrance hall and ante-room provide additional space to receive guests.

Outdoor wedding ceremony package

We are delighted to announce our outdoor wedding ceremony package: up to 80 guests can be seated in the Cambridge Cottage garden while you exchange your vows in the French doors of the drawing room.

The Richmond Registry Office provides the registrars for your ceremony at Kew and must be booked directly by clients.

 

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Comments

22 June 2014
Why don't you put the postcode and directions for Cambridge Cottage on the website?
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