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Stately sophistication in the Goring Room

Whether it’s decked with fresh-cut flowers or filled to capacity with loved ones, The Goring Room is the perfect place to say those two special words. Named after George Goring, the lawyer and MP who originally built the house in the 16th century, it can be configured for both intimate and large-scale gatherings with seats for up to 125 guests – rising to 150 with some standing.

As you walk down the aisle, with your nearest and dearest in rows either side, you’ll be able to see the manicured gardens outside. You’ll exchange rings and share a kiss in a pool of natural light that floods in from the drape-hung window you stand before.

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An ‘I do’ beneath the boughs

We’re also licensed to hold outdoor weddings. Ceremonies take place in The Gazebo, surrounded by our pristine manicured lawns, with the rolling South Downs in the distance.

© Samantha Pells Photography