Maidstone wedding car hire is perfect if the venue that you have chosen is historic, such as one of the Kent castles, then choosing a vintage car is certainly one of the best ways to complete your theme. You can let your veil blow in the countryside breeze as you are transported from the ceremony to your reception in a vintage Beauford Open Tourer.

For more classic weddings, settle for no less than Rolls Royce luxury with a wedding car like the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud. With a location like the five-star luxury Chilston Park Hotel, consider being driven in the Rolls Royce Silver Cloud it remains the epitome of elegance and smartness. One of the greatest and most timeless of all Rolls Royce's, it pampers its occupants while broadcasting to the world outside that they are people of status, style, affluence and influence. 

Our wedding cars have a very wide selection in a number of different styles. We can offer you a great variety of ways in which you can comment your theme and stay in your budget. We will also offer plenty of discounted prices for wedding car hire during off-peak weddings. As we are a family run business you will certainly get the personal attention you desire, learn more about our wedding cars here.



White Rolls Royce Wedding Car at Bradbourne House in Maidstone

White Rolls Royce Wedding Car at Bradbourne House in Maidstone

Bradbourne House - Maidstone  -

Hidden within the village of East Malling in Kent - is Bradbourne House. An elegant jewel of a wedding venue in Kent that is making a name for itself when it comes to that 'special occasion'. The stunning Grade I listed Building set in 20 acres of parkland complete with lake and ancient trees, has seen many changes over the centuries since it was built between 1712 and 1715. 

The building was extended and altered in the early 18th century to become the building you see today, with the park and grounds part of a conservation area. The history of Bradbourne House is fascinating partly because it remained in the ownership of one family, the Twisdens, for around 400 years before being purchased by what is now The East Malling Trust in 1938.