Hayne House

Wedding Venue | Hythe, Kent

Hayne House is a wonderfully versatile, and sustainable, wedding venue in Kent. Whether you dream of wandering the romantic gardens in high summer or a cosy winter wedding, Hayne House is the perfect setting for couples who dream of a relaxed day surrounded by the people they love most in the world.

With a choice of indoor and outdoor ceremony areas, stunning Orangery, picturesque gardens and charming country house, Hayne House provides complete flexibility for your wedding.

At Hayne House they understand finding the perfect wedding venue can be quite the task. However, following the launch of The Orangery they are now able to offer couples tying the knot one of the most unusual wedding venues in Kent offering something contemporary, flexible and versatile – a unique wedding venue that is truly one of a kind.

Fronted by an impressive uninterrupted bay of floor to ceiling French doors the Orangery enables them during weddings to open its doors, for a 180-degree panoramic view of the garden, the closest you can get to indoor al fresco dining.  And on a dark or moody day, guests can still enjoy maximum light, enhanced by the three spectacular glass roof lanterns.

The Orangery differs from all other venues in Kent, because it’s not an adapted or restored building where couples are working around existing fixtures and fittings. To the contrary, it has been conceived, designed and constructed with the wants and needs of the couples, their friends, family and suppliers who have been at the very centre of every decision.

Sustainability is at the heart of every decision Hayne House makes both within it’s business and beyond. From their long-term ambition to reach carbon net zero, to the smaller actions they take on a day to day basis, they are doing their very best to evaluate and improve their practices, one step at a time.

In January 2021, they kicked off the year by joining the United Nations Race to Zero Campaign, a global campaign to achieve net zero by 2050. They believe they can reach that target way before that, and are on track to reducing their emissions by half by 2025 and hope to be as close to net zero as they can by 2030.

Accredited in July 2021 by the Sustainable Wedding Alliance. 
Reassessed and accredited in August 2022