Venue Source

Goodnestone Park

Overview

Goodnestone Park was built in 1704 and has been lived in by the FitzWalter family ever since. Frequently visited by Jane Austen after her brother married into the family and reputedly the inspiration for Pride and Prejudice, the house has recently undergone an extensive and widely praised renovation under the supervision of Julian Plumptre, 22nd Lord Fitzwalter. It is set amongst extensive woodland and meadows, boasts its own cricket ground and has beautiful formal gardens surrounding the house for visitors to enjoy.

Today Goodnestone Park is available year round for private hire on an exclusive basis for day and overnight business meetings with fully catered breakfasts, lunches and dinners. The beautiful formal Dining Room seats 24 for board meetings (and dinners, too) whilst the more informal Breakfast Room seats another 12 for ‘break out meetings’. The Round Room seats 24 in auditorium layout or can be used as another ‘break out’ meeting room. The stunning Drawing Room overlooking the parterre and the Library stocked with books and a TV/DVD player provide spaces for informal discussions or relaxation.

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Disabled Access

No Smoking

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Riverside Location / Views

Weddings

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Contact Details

Goodnestone Park
The Street
Goodnestone
Kent
CT3 1PL