The Walled Garden, West Sussex

The Walled Garden, West Sussex
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LAST UPDATED:  19 May 2015 at 12:50pm

Welcome to Cowdray Park - home to world-class polo and a world-class wedding location. But we're looking for understated luxury in this section, and The Walled Garden, its hidden, lesser-known spot, has it in spades.

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Step into this Grade-I listed site and the scent of lavender hits you like a welcome memory; it's hard to restrain yourself from skipping among the magnificently manicured flowerbeds. There are two function rooms - The Courtyard Room and the Castle Room - the former licensed for civil ceremonies for up to 130 people, but trust us, you'll want to enjoy your reception in the award-winning garden.

Ceremony capacity: 130; www.walledgardencowdray.co.uk

LAST UPDATED:  8 June 2012 at 4:50pm

Discover your own Secret Garden in the impressive grounds of Cowdray Park. The award-winning Tudor Walled Garden is a dream setting.

A blessing can be held in the gardens or in an intimate marquee on the lawn. Alternatively, have your drinks reception outside, surrounded by blooms, and hold your ceremony and dinner in one of the two licensed rooms.

Ceremony capacity: 130; Corkage: £0; Countryside setting

The Walled Garden at Cowdray; 01730 816881; www.walledgardencowdray.com

 

LAST UPDATED:  15 April 2011 at 1:30pm

Discover your own Secret Garden in the magnificent grounds of Cowdray Park, situated next to Cowdray Ruins, which can be dramatically lit for your wedding evening. The Walled Garden is an award-winning former Tudor garden and the perfect romantic setting. A blessing can be held in the gardens or an
intimate marquee on the central lawn. Alternatively, use the garden for your drinks reception and hold your ceremony and dinner in one of the two licensed rooms next door - the Courtyard Room and the Castle Room.

GUEST LIST Up to 150 for ceremony; 180 for reception THE BILL Hire charges from £2,500 for exclusive use LICENCE? Yes CONTACT 01730 816881; walled gardencowdray.com.

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  • I thought I'd have to read a book for a discovery like this!

    • Sandra
    • 23 October 2011
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