A 14th century country house has been named the best place to get married in the county.
Penshurst Place and Gardens was crowned Wedding Venue of the Year in this year's Kent Wedding Awards.
The venue, located near Tonbridge, has now won the award for the fourth time.
It is surrounded 11 acres of historic gardens and was described by judges as a beautiful venue that "would provide many lovely memories for the future".
Penshurst Place was praised for offering "clear and concise" packages to couples and desigining a unique and individual experience with its hands-on and high-quality service.
Staff would "seamlessly guide couples and the wedding party, from the start of their inquiry to the end of their wedding day".
General manager, Ben Thomas, said: "We are thrilled to have won the main category, the Wedding Venue of the Year 2022/23, at the annual Kent Wedding Awards.
"This is the fourth time that Penshurst has won the award so it really is a huge achievement.
"We’ve recently introduced new in-house catering packages, which streamlines wedding planning for our couples so it was particularly rewarding for us that the judges picked up on the bespoke elements and personal approach that we take with each and every wedding, no matter how big or small.
"Many of the couples that choose to celebrate their special day here tell us it’s those personalised touches, from their very first encounter to their last dance, that really make the difference.
"That’s something we’re extremely proud of."
Penshurst Place has been a licensed venue for ceremonies since 1995.Click here
It has a choice of banqueting facilities of varying sizes, including the unique, medieval Baron’s Hall which can be used for ceremonies and receptions.
For summer weddings, spaces such as the private Inner Courtyard, Lancup Well and Elizabethan gardens offer couples the opportunity to use the stunning outdoors.