Kingston Country Courtyard is available for weddings and wedding receptions. Dorset wedding venue.
At Kingston Country Courtyard we specialise in weddings designed to meet your own specific needs, formal or informal. Our 16th century Purbeck stone barn, which can seat up to 130 guests, is licenced for civil ceremonies and has a fully stocked bar attached and a music licence until midnight. The catering team has over 30 years’ experience and are able to meet almost any requests. Choose your own format and menu - wherever possible we try to use locally sourced products and ingredients which are prepared by us and cooked fresh on the day. We will meet with you to discuss your needs and provide any advice and guidance required. This is an opportunity for you to get away from ''package A or B'' offered by some hotels and for you to design your own day. This is your wedding, and it is our job to try to ensure that it is the wedding that you want! Kingston Country Courtyard offers a variety of apartments and suites in tastefully converted Purbeck stone. Deluxe Bridal suite and 24 en suite B&B rooms available to hold for exclusive use for you and your guests to book and stay on site. Our stone and original slate roofed Barn has underfloor heating and along with our guest rooms retain much of their original character and charm. Kingston Country Courtyard is situated in the heart of the Purbecks at the eastern end of the Jurassic coast. We have a stunning backdrop view for photographs from our private garden which are panoramic from the Castle at Corfe across Arne and as far reaching as The Isle of Wight. Please contact us direct to arrange a viewing of the Barn, gardens and courtyards and to discuss your plans. For all Wedding and Event enquiries at Kingston Country Courtyard, email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01929 481066
We are situated just over 6 miles south east of Wareham. Take the A351 from Wareham to Swanage; as you leave the village of Corfe Castle down a slight hill, turn right on to the B3069 - signposted Kingston and Langton Matravers. Watch out for the Scott Arms pub on the right at the top of a steep hill. Bear sharp left, past a (disused) church on the left, and after about 1/4 mile you'll see the entrance to Kingston Country Courtyard on your left.