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London Beach Country Hotel

London Beach Country Hotel
London Beach Country Hotel
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If you are looking for beautiful surroundings with a team of friendly, attentive and welcoming staff, London Beach Country Hotel and Golf Club, Kent is an excellent choice for your wedding venue. Located on the edge of the charming country town of Tenterden in the Weald of Kent, our luxurious 4 star hotel opened in 2000. The London Beach Country Hotel has gained a reputation in Kent for providing the perfect environment for Weddings, Civil Ceremonies and Functions. Each occasion individually designed and catered for.

With its excellent reputation for Food and Wine, this 26 bedroom family run hotel offers: a spacious reception room, Civil Ceremony room, a superb choice of Wedding Breakfast Menus, a superb selection of Fine Wines and Champagne, comfortable over-night 4 star Accommodation for your Guests including Family rooms, Terrace, Conservatory, two picturesque Lakes for fantastic Wedding Photos, stunning scenery overlooking the Wealdon Parkland Golf Course, with excellent parking facilities for over 200 cars.

Amongst the extra special things we can arrange for you if required at the London Beach Country Hotel and Golf Club are Fireworks, provide a list of specialist wedding suppliers, Limousines, Discos, Live Music, Harpist, Helicopters, Florists, Beauty treatments and much more.

From the moment of your first enquiry to the closing precious moments of your Wedding celebrations, our dedicated Wedding Coordinator and Hotel team will assist you with every request and ensure the smooth running of your Wedding day.

Let us take the stress out of your Wedding day, so you and your guests can relax and experience a truly wonderful and memorable day.

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