weddings | celebrations | birthday parties | anniversaries
Anne of Cleves House had an important role in the story of one of England's most famous Kings, Henry VIII. Ceremonies are held here during spring and summer.
The house is a wonderful example of a late medieval timber framed building. The earliest parts date from the late 1400s and there were further additions up until the 17th century.
Today you can catch the atmosphere of how people lived during Tudor and Elizabethan times and celebrate your special day in this special venue with authentic domestic furnishings.
The pretty garden behind the house is available for a drink reception and is inspired by Tudor planting schemes, with traditional plants such as a medlar tree.
This venue is easily reachable from Brighton station (15 minutes train ride) or 10 minutes by car depending on traffic.
50 to 70 guests.