Latest News:

  • LATE AVAILABILITY

    A popular Saturday (30th September 2017) has just become available.  Please contact info@nursteadcourt.co.uk for more information.

    – 20.02.17
  • WEDDING FAIR & OPEN DAY

    Join us for our Wedding Fair and Open Day on Sunday 7th May 2017.   Visitors welcome from 11.00 am to 3.00 pm.

    – 07.05.17
  • CROSS COUNTRY COURSE

    The cross country schooling course is open and the going good.  See Equestrian page for opening times.

    – 03.02.17

“We definitely made the right choice in choosing Nurstead Court for our wedding reception.”

“Nurstead Court looked utterly beautiful. We could not have chose a more exquisite venue and people as kind, generous and helpful.”

Welcome to Nurstead Court

  • Nurstead Court is nestled in the north Kent countryside.   The House, Garden Marquee and attractive grounds provide the ideal venue for weddings and other special events.  It is an historically important Grade 1 listed building consisting of a Medieval aisled hall with a Victorian facade.
  • The Old Stables and Coach House have been converted into luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.    For more details please see the Accommodation page or contact info@nursteadcourt.co.uk.
  • A top class livery yard operates in the extensive grounds, providing good grazing for the horses plus many extra facilities.  See Equestrian page for more information.

A family run estate Nurstead Court has a reputation for providing catering and service of the highest quality.  This commitment to quality together with the stunning location and friendly atmosphere makes Nurstead Court one of the most distinctive venues for weddings and other events.

Our list of Recommended Suppliers can be found on the Functions and Events section of the website.

 

Real Weddings

Anna and Steve’s Wedding at St. Mildred’s Church and Nurstead Court.

We are grateful to the following photographers for allowing us to use their images on our website:
Hip and Funky PhotographyMarshal Gray PhotographyDavid Fenwick PhotographyHugo Philpott Photography