Provender House, the home of HH Princess Olga Romanoff, is a breathtaking 13th-century house and walled garden near Faversham in Kent. Steeped in the history of its various owners, the house breathes with a life and personality of its own and is full of quirks, secrets and romance. It is available as a remarkable and memorable venue for weddings and events.
Having been home to adventurers, explorers, nobles and of course princesses, Provender is a charming collection of personalities represented in architecture. Its famous owners have made continuous additions over the centuries, and exploring it is a truly enchanting experience.
Princess Olga, after the death of her mother Princess Andrew in 2000, embarked on an extensive restoration project with conservation architect Ptolemy Dean in collaboration with architect Malcolm Simmonds. Together they revealed a house that represents a fascinating record of English life over seven centuries.
Provender is a magical venue for weddings, licensed for ceremonies for up to 70 people, and the nearby St Mary’s Church can host more.Read More
Our walled garden is a large, yet intimate spot with space for marquees for up to 150 people.Read More
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