Venue Spotlight: Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone

Where: Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone.

What: Hotel

Capacity: Up to 500 guests

Contact: PWD Page
               Leas Cliff Hall Website

What We Love:

This isn’t a one-size-fits-all venue. The Lea’s Cliff Hotel offers the option of intimate, personal ceremonies right up to grand, sweeping affairs for up to 500 guests. 

The hotel is licensed for civil ceremonies, so there’s no need to worry about getting guests from A to B.

And why would you want to leave? The hotel boasts views of the English Channel and, on clear days, France.
We’d encourage anyone looking for a wedding venue in the Folkestone area to visit the Leas Cliff Hotel website and take a peek at the gallery as there are some gorgeous photographs that really show off this light and airy, well-placed and spacious venue.

In Their Own Words:

"The Leas Cliff Hall boasts unrivalled views across The Channel with France clearly visible on most days of the year. With an extensive menu already on offer, our in-house catering team are always happy to discuss catering options whether it be a light finger buffet or a grand 5-course banquet.

"The Channel Suite at The Leas Cliff Hall can accommodate weddings & ceremonies of all sizes up to a maximum of 240 guests in a fully air conditioned & accessible modern environment. Whilst The Grand Hall, with its 1920's splendour, can play host to up to 500 guests without comprising on the quality of our food or service.

"With close proximity to both the M20 and high-speed rail, the venue couldn't be easier to reach for those travelling from London and beyond.  There’s car parking & a range of hotels all within close proximity to the venue and full disabled access to all levels. We’re always happy to help recommend suppliers from discos & DJs to flowers and balloons. The Leas Cliff Hall is dedicated to doing the best for all of our customers."

Are you tempted to book? Why not visit and take a closer look. If you do, then let us know on our Twitter or Facebook pages.

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