Dating back to the 17th Century, Northease Manor is set amongst the beautiful rolling countryside of the south downs. Once home to an ancient order of monks, the Queen Anne Manor House is a Grade II listed building, and today is home to independent Northease Manor School.
This venue is very popular and due to the fact Northease manor is a working boarding school dates are limited for the upcoming wedding season.
The rustic, thatched roof Tudor Hall adds to the charming character of Northease Manor, and is the perfect out of town venue for your wedding or civil partnership, and for your guests to enjoy their Wedding Breakfast. Able to accomodate up to 110 guests, the meal itself can be designed by you with the help of Circa Head Chef, Marc Bolger, who will talk through your tastes and influences, and any themes you may have for the day. Whilst this venue lends itself perfectly to a sit down meal, there are plenty of other options to explore if you’d like something less formal.
The venue can be decorated with drapes and fairy lights to make this a very magical wedding venue. Their wedding coordinator will guide you through the months before and be on hand with any questions you have about the venue or catering.
Also included is the stunning Capri Marquee, the perfect place for your guests to have their welcome drinks.
With endless lawns, large trees and even a Rose Garden offering endless photo opportunities for you and you guests, Northease Manor offers you the flexibility to create a truly unique event.
Please note that the minimum number of daytime adult guests is currently 70 at this venue, and the finish time for music and a licensed bar is 11pm.