For the most exclusive and romantic dream wedding venue Boys Hall is a must; being one of the most beautiful historic buildings in Kent, built in 1616 and retaining many of its original features. Set in 3 acres of manicured landscaped gardens, which all adds the Boys Hall experience where romance, enchantment and exclusivity are the key factors.
Boys Hall has a number of rooms licensed for Civil/Partnership ceremonies. 5* accommodation is available and you can choose from any of the 8 individually designed bedrooms for your wedding night. Catering is of the highest order and menus can be planned especially for you. We pride ourselves on flexibility and service and will endeavor to cater for your every whim, making your wedding celebration truely memorable.
We hope that you find the information on this site useful please feel free to e mail or call us if you want any additional information.
We benefit from being close to junction 10 of the M20 and Ashford domestic and International rail station
Various bedrooms, each one individually designed and decorated to a very high standard. All with luxury King Size beds.
We work very close with our local suppliers, who we know we can trust and that offer perfection in their work. The supply of florists, photographers, musicians and magicians are but just a few that can be on hand for your special day.
Wherever possible we like to promote Kentish produce and organic foods this is our attempt at promoting and supporting our local farmers, suppliers and fisheries.
The Hall was originally built in 1616 by the Boys family who at that time were known as De BOIS, having originally landed in England from France at the time of the Norman Conquest. Over time their name was Anglicised through Boyce to Boys as we know it today.
Just a couple of miles away in Sevington is a protected moat site where once stood a roundel house called Sevington Moat. This was demolished in 1631 the bricks and timber were bought to Boys Hall to extend the property completing in 1632. Victorian additions were made.
The Boys family lived here for many years and were, so history states great farmers and landowners. They were also heavily involved in smuggling as most of the landed gentry were at that time.
The Hall though imposing today must have been an incredible sight in the 1600's probably a modern beast by standards then. Today it sits and reigns majestically and has done so for nearly 400 years.
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Leave the M20 at junction 10 and as you climb the slip road stay in the right hand lane.
Go all the way round the roundabout, taking the fifth exit as if you are going back on the M20 towards London and Ashford town centre, it is signposted London M20 and Town Centre.
Continue past the exit slip road on your right for London. You are now on Hythe Road.
Continue to the first set of traffic lights and at these lights turn left in to Church Road.
Continue along Church Road to the Church at the end, at the Church follow the road as it bears sharp left past the William Harvey public house on your left.
The road then bears sharply to the right continue along the road and shortly you will come to a small new housing development on the left hand side, drive slowly pass the row of trees in front of the houses, when you reach the end of the trees you are to indicate left and turn left.
The front gates of Boys Hall will be directly in front of you.