Happy ever afters at The Blazing Donkey

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Exclusive use means exclusively yours. Yours from which to host the exclusive show-stopping wedding you’ve always dreamed of…

Yours for a relaxed wedding weekend, without  any interruptions. Yours from which to entertain your family, friends and loved ones. Yours to ramble, roam and feel truly at home.

Every wedding at The Blazing Donkey is hosted on a totally exclusive basis giving you uninterrupted use of the two acres of grounds and country hotel. The Blazing Donkey was the first property in Kent to be licensed for outdoor ceremonies and is acclaimed as one of the most popular wedding venues in Kent.

Our beautiful gardens are licensed for civil ceremonies and our grand marquee provides the most dramatic setting for the grandest of occasions.

We strive for excellence in everything we do, and love to lavish attention on all the little things that are frequently overlooked.

Our weddings manager is a highly accomplished, experienced wedding planner and will be on hand leading up to your special day.

Through exceptional service and down-to-earth advice you will be helped every step of the way with planning a spectacular day that is truly wonderful and personal to you.

We simply cannot wait to introduce you to the The Blazing Donkey; welcoming you to the very start of your happy ever after!


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