It’s a hidden surprise you wouldn’t expect: the new Glasshouse behind the splendid 14th century Grade II-listed Bull Hotel is an innovative and elegant wedding venue and alfresco dining space
At the rear of the hotel, a 126m2 sleek glass structure purposely designed for wedding receptions and alfresco dining is a bold addition to The Bull Hotel, blending old and new.
Expect to see a spectacular retractable arched roof, south facing sliding glass doors to catch the sun, sleek glass and cool metallics – an elegant and modern wedding venue, flooded with natural light.
The Glasshouse is an inspiring space which provides a lasting impact on guests’ memories of the wedding.
Your something old, something new
Facing The Glasshouse, sits the historic ceremony room, The Buttery. A timeless oak-beamed barn-style venue, perfect to hold memorable wedding ceremonies.
Licensed by King Henry VIII, the historical Buttery is in perfect harmony with The Glasshouse creating a unique Kentish courtyard. The final result is an awe-inspiring wedding venue between Sevenoaks and Maidstone.
The foodie wedding venue
The Bull Hotel is a one-stop wedding venue offering couples and guests all they need for the big day.
Being a freehouse, The Bull Hotel has a contemporary cocktail and craft beer list and an exciting award-winning 180-bottle wine list. The on-site catering renowned for its 2AA Rosettes and its onsite Texan smoker is a nirvana for food lovers.
The farm-shop full English breakfast revitalises all residents staying in one of the 11 ensuite 4AA star boutique accommodation.
Why choose The Glasshouse?
Be one of the first couples to get married at the gorgeous Buttery & Glasshouse. With a variety of blank canvas spaces and an abundance of natural light, couples can showcase the elegance and the freshness of something new and unique.
With a plethora of options of spaces, weddings flow seamlessly from one area to the next.
The Buttery & Glasshouse all-inclusive wedding packages are bespoke. The Bull Hotel offers personal quotes and payment plans to help spread the cost.