The Horse Drawn Carriage Company offerd traditional horse & carriage hire for weddings, proms, fetes, experience days, film and other events. Located in West Sussex and able to cover the whole of East Sussex, West Sussex, Surrey and some parts of Kent and Hampshire. Whichever carriage you hire, it will be impeccably clean and lovingly decorated with white and cream silk flowers with green foliage. We also provide a complimentary bottle of champagne and glasses for you to enjoy in the carriage.
Sunday, 26th March 2017
I want to thank everyone at the Horse Drawn Carriage Company for a truly wonderful day on Saturday. It was a birthday gift from my daughters and their families, and I couldn't have enjoyed it more. I really loved the tacking up, the drive, with Charlie and Tommy and a very nice picnic to end the day. Friendly and welcoming. Once again thank you. Joy Groombridge
Thursday, 14th July 2016
We chose to do the Family Picnic drive with The Horse Drawn Carriage Company. This was a whole day experience and absolutely wonderful! We started with a 45 minute carriage ride round the beautiful countryside. This was especially good as we got to see the horses getting prepared and put to the carriage. After the ride we interacted with the goats on goat walk, and had a wonderful champagne picnic in our own private clearing in the woods.
Jules (the owner) was a wonderful host and every last detail was thought of to make sure we had a fabulous day. We had a wonderful time and would recommend The Horse Drawn Carriage Company to anyone!!
Wednesday, 13th July 2016
Such a wonderful afternoon spent with the Horse Drawn Carriage Company. Having not been horse riding for a while this was a great surprise from my boyfriend. Julie could not have made me feel more relaxed and confident with the horses. The two hours flew by and it was amazing driving a pair of horses. I would highly recommend this experience.
John & Susie Whittingham
Wednesday, 19th October 2016
An amazing experience, the best day ever, cannot recommend enough!
Tuesday, 19th July 2016