Brenley Farm has been in the Berry family and carefully managed for many generations. In the dining room we have a portrait of Lynch Bird, an ancestor who lived in the house from about 1820. We also have a sampler done by his daughter Matilda aged 10, created in 1836.
Many of the buildings around the house and farm are Listed Grade II and of architectural and historical interest. This includes the walls around the house and vegetable garden; a mediaeval thatched granary and tithe barn and the fine Georgian stable building.
The farmed land includes hops and a vineyard, apples and pears, cereal crops and a horse livery.
Here at Brenley we have two licensed spaces to hold your ceremony.
Inside the beautiful Georgian farmhouse, we have the dining room which can seat 30 guests and offers a slightly more formal option in summer or shelter from the temperamental British weather in colder months.
Berry-Brenley-Farm336Outside on the front lawn, in front of the house, just by the duck pond and barn is our beautiful traditional gazebo, complete with Kent peg roof and timber posts. Here you can seat up to 100 guests on hay bales or chairs (which can be hired in at an extra cost). We also have a newly acquired marquee, that we can erect should the rain gods be unkind.
Join us in the elegant Georgian, family farmhouse on our working farm close to Faversham, Kent. Still very much a traditional Kent farm growing hops, vineyard, apples, pears and cereal crops. Although peacefully situated amidst the orchards and paddocks, we have easy access to the many attractions the area has to offer. Whether you come for a short break to take life at a more leisurely pace, or a longer stay to explore the delights of Kent, we have something for everyone in our bed and breakfast.