The Orangery - coming 2018!
The Orangery at Hayne House
Where our marquee currently stands, a stunning new Orangery is being built with completion in April 2018. We have commissioned Hamptons, one of the finest manufacturers in the business, to design and construct an elegant and exclusive free standing Orangery, unique in Kent and the South East.
The aim of the Orangery was to create a space which celebrates the outdoors, whilst bringing it indoors. With plenty of natural light flooding in through the doors and glass lanterns, the Orangery forms a natural link to the gardens whilst providing a space which is stylish, charming and practical for any time of the year.
Ventilation and insulation, combined with under-floor heating means that the Orangery is incredibly versatile, and from Spring 2018 will simply be the place to host your wedding ceremony and wedding reception at any time of year.
The large bank of windows, floor of natural stone and ivory painted walls will provide you with the perfect blank canvas but will also offer an incredibly impressive backdrop. All these elements - light, colour, closeness to nature, the use of natural materials and honesty of construction will lead to a relaxed and flexible environment. Ideal for couples looking for an elegant outdoor wedding in Kent without the fear of unpredictable British weather. It will lend itself wonderfully to Bohemian weddings and refined, minimal weddings alike.
Orangery Key Features
- Launch date: April 2018
- A magnificent bright and airy blank canvas
- 3 stunning glass roof lanterns
- 180 degree views over the gardens
- 12 French patio doors opening onto the grounds
- Ceremony area accommodating 120 guests
- Dining area accommodating 120 guests
- Internal hand crafted bi-folding doors to separate the ceremony area from the dining area if required
- Thermostatically controlled automated roof ventilation
- A combination of chandeliers, down lighting, fairy lights and mood up lighting for the ultimate atmosphere
- Self contained toilet facilities
- Disabled access and facilities