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Step inside Solton Manor

A slice of history and a sprinkling of romance in the Kent countryside.

From the moment you drive through the gates at Solton Manor, you'll be swept up in a warm welcome, where you'll discover a 'Home from Home'  feel that you never knew you needed, until now.  

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The Perfect Backdrop

Set within 8 acres of secluded gardens and picturesque grounds, you'll be spoilt with wildlife ponds, rambling woodlands and charming paddocks.  The surroundings alone offer you somewhere to escape, immersing you in romance, enchantment and tranquility for the duration of your wedding.

And, it doesn't end there - Our Grade II Listed Manor House and a beautifullly renovated barn await your love story.

Solton Manor has a selection of exquisite spaces for your wedding day, where you have the rare ability to celebrate your special day in one place with your favourite people.  Solton Manor promises you a romantic ceremony and wedding our delightful converted Dutch Barn has the capacity to host 150 people in a modern-meets-rustic setting where you will also find a fully stocked bar and a stage with epic lighting options. 

Luxurious boutique accommodation in the Manor House and even a Dovecote Cottage for the newlyweds are all part of the amazing experience of Solton Manor.

The rumours are true  Solton Manor really does have it all and we couldnt be happier to share it with you.

 


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Our Story

Steeped in History

The story of Solton Manor offers a rich history that we adore unravelling and we are endlessly proud of our heritage.  Over one thousand years old and dating back to the time of the Doomesday survey of 1086, the story goes that the brother of Henry VIII once stayed at Solton Manor - and we are now thrilled to have continued accommodating and entertaining guests over the years.

Having been born at the house, Sir John Finet, later inherited the Manor after his Great Grandfather moved to England with Cardinal Campeggio (who married Catherine of Aragon's Maid-of-Honour).  Sir John Finet's portrait by Tintorello, now hangs proudly in the Nation Portairt-Glallery.  The Manor then moved into the hands of Arthur Burr and later it became a working farm before it was purchased in 1991 and during 2007, the barn was extensively transformed into a wedding venue.

Now, as we enter 2023, our loyal and highly experienced team, provide an exceptional service that is hard to beat, pouring passion into the weddings we host and establishing a bond with every couple we work with.  We will offer ou our expertise on how you can make the most of the space on offer, delivering personalised luxury with every step of your wedding planning journey.  

Your Forever story starts here at Solton Manor.

 


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