Make Eastgate House your venue for a true sense of occasion
About Eastgate House
Built in 1590, Eastgate House is a Grade I listed 16th century town house and is one of the most impressive and distinctive buildings in Rochester’s historic high street.
The Elizabethan town house is a magnificent building with an abundance of history. From a family home to a Victorian School, this house has many tales to tell.
This venue was an inspiration to the great author Charles Dickens featuring in The Pickwick Papers and The Mystery of Edwin Drood.
The splendid oak-panelled ceremony room features a gorgeous fireplace and offers a true sense of occasion.
Eastgate House is a ceremony only venue.
Accommodates: Maximum number of 40 seated guests.
- Beautiful fireplaces
- Built in 1950
- Grade 1 listed building
- links to Charles Dickens
- intimate setting
Accessibility: Lift available to get to the first and second floors. Not all rooms are wheelchair friendly due to narrow door frames.
Date licenced: 1 December 2016 (5 year licence)
Get in touch to find out more about hiring the venue for your special day.
Phone: 01634 332 700
How to find us
Getting to Eastgate House
By train: Rochester Train Station
By bus: 191, 140, 173, 191, 700
Car parking: Local pay and display parking are a short walk away.