Timeless properties in the home counties

A collection of stunning wedding venues

Country house hotel weddings in Sussex, Surrey & Kent

Our luxurious historic country house hotels make the perfect location for stunning weddings and occasions. From the historic Great Fosters Estate to the contemporary-styling of Barnett Hill, there is something for everyone with our eclectic style. All of our hotels boast acres of beautiful gardens, many can be hired on an exclusive use basis and we have even have the oldest barn in the South East of England at Great Fosters.

2021 dates are in high demand, and during the Covid-19 pandemic we are inviting couples to save their date for just £500 whilst viewings are not currently possible. This deposit is fully flexible. Peruse our beautiful properties below and start your wedding planning journey with us today.


Intimate Weddings

Weddings of up to 30 guests available now

As at September 22nd, all of our properties can welcome weddings again for up to 15 guests plus suppliers. For couples who already were dreaming of an intimate wedding day, or for couples who simply cannot wait to say 'I Do' but are now needing to reduce their guest numbers in line with this new guidance, our experienced wedding planning team are ready to help guide you in creating an exquisite occasion for you and your guests, lavishing attention on the finer details.


From fairy-tale pretty enchanted garden scenes at Great Fosters to dreamy bohemian vibes at Barnett Hill, all of our properties have something very special for smaller gatherings. Think bespoke tasting menus, elegantly paired fine wines, butler-style attentive service, chic al fresco entertainment and much more. Of course, we also have elegant packages available too - the choice is yours. Explore our romantic venues below and begin your wedding journey with us today.

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