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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
Cambridge Cottage - Kew Gardens
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Description

The ideal boutique wedding venue, Cambridge Cottage is the former royal residence of the Duke of Cambridge and now forms part of the gardens, and has done since 1904. They boast a civil ceremony license whereby you can marry in the Drawing Room with up to 80 guests. The adjoining Gallery houses botanical artwork and can accommodate the same number for seated dining.

Both options, whereby you can celebrate your wedding ceremony and celebrations, open onto the intimate, picturesque and secluded Duke's Garden which is perfect for an outdoor drinks reception, a picturesque backdrop for photographs and garden parties. Cambridge Cottage can comfortably 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.

The venue is also proud to announce an outdoor wedding ceremony package whereby up to 80 of your dearest friends and family will be seated outside within the Cambridge Cottage garden while you exchange your vows in the French doors of the drawing room.

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List of all locations of Kew Gardens - Cambridge Cottage in Greater London:

Kew gardens TW9 3BZ London

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the most important characteristics of the facilities?

    Garden, Terrace, Cultural interest