- / Wedding Venues
- / South East
- / Sussex - West
- / Haywards Heath
- /Slaugham Place Historic Gardens
Price Band: ££ - £££
Price Range: £11,000 - £20,000
Based on a typical wedding reception for 80 guests, including venue hire, wedding breakfast, drinks package and evening buffet.
Guests for a ceremony: 200
Guest Capacity (min / max): 80 / 300
Guests for sit down meal: 80 - 250
Space for more? (e.g. marquee): Yes
Features & Services
Getting married under the historic Elizabethan stone arches.
Extensive private walled water gardens in a peaceful wooded location.
Award winning gourmet wedding reception catering by Super Event.
Convenient location just 20 minutes from Gatwick Airport near Haywards Heath, Horsham, the M25 and M23.
Bespoke hard floor heated marquee designed to your specification.
Exclusive use of the whole venue.
Type of Ceremony
About Slaugham Place Historic Gardens
Slaugham Place is a delightful garden marquee wedding venue near Haywards Heath, West Sussex. Get married under the historic stone arches in Elizabethan manor ruins surrounded by peaceful, private and magical water gardens.
Slaugham Place is a truly unique garden marquee wedding venue. Slaugham Place’s Grade II listed Elizabethan moated ruins offer a unique historic waterside wedding photo location. Slaugham Place holds a licence for wedding ceremonies under the old manor's stone arches. The marquee is situated within the screened high walled gardens which provide complete privacy. The grounds are safe for children and pets and include a large moat with a charming wooden footbridge and stone paths. The gardens are wrapped by established specimen trees creating a truly stunning environment for your wedding.
Slaugham Place is situated in West Sussex just 25 minutes from the M25 between Haywards Heath and Horsham on the upper reaches of the river Ouse. There is ample parking and the wedding party’s cars can be driven into the gardens via the yew tree walk. Slaugham Place have hosted weddings and events since the 1990s.
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