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The North Downs is the name given to the chalk ridge that runs from Farnham near Guildford, through Surrey and Kent, to Folkestone and the coast. Popular with walkers and nature lovers, the North Downs offer spectacular views at every turn. Evocative names like the Hog's Back, the Devil's Punchbowl and Box Hill, with a finale at the White Cliffs of Dover, make the North Downs the best of British and a wonderful place for a wedding.
Whether you want to be in the heart of the countryside or in one of its towns or villages, there are plenty of wedding venues in the North Downs for you to choose from. The hills and green spaces make this a favoured spot for golf course, which offer fully-equipped function rooms and great catering for your special occasion. There are manor houses and historic buildings, such as schools or a former Benedictine monastery, often with space for a marquee on the lawn. For a more unusual venue, try an oasthouse or a botanical garden. Needless to add, there are also hotels, barns and country pubs available too.
Towns along the route of the North Downs include Rochester, made famous by Dickens and packed with historic buildings, Canterbury, bursting with history, and the old market town of Dorking. There are plenty of smaller towns and villages, too, like pretty Otford and Godalming. The wedding packages offered by venues in and around the North Downs are stunning - for civil ceremonies and receptions for all budgets and tastes.
Wherever you choose to get hitched, the wedding photos are sure to look fabulous. The North Downs are beautiful all year round, with waving grasses and rare butterflies in summer, red and orange leaves in autumn and sparkling frost for a winter wedding. Choosing wedding venues in the North Downs is almost as big an adventure as the big day itself.

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