The perfect country wedding venue nestles at the foot of the south downs.
Firle Park is a stunning private estate and historic house set in the heart of the South Downs National Park. They offer a truly spectacular setting for wedding receptions with a wide range of options dependent on the individual size and style of the event. Choose from The Georgian Riding School and Croquet Lawns, a majestic listed building and adjacent grounds, or one of the unique marquee sites beautifully suited to those looking for this style of occasion. All weddings at Firle Place enjoy use of the grand driveway that winds up through the Firle Park, with parking for all guests on site.
Three various areas to choose from on the grounds including a lovely herb garden
St Peters Church located a short walk from the venue
St Peter’s Church hold weddings each year for village residents and regular church attendees. It’s possible for non-residents to use the church for blessing ceremonies if booked well in advance.
The beauty of a wedding at Firle is that couples have the freedom to design their wedding exactly as they wish for a truly bespoke occasion. Should you want to utilise our excellent, experienced and creative team to help with planning, coordination, management and styling, this can be discussed along with a range of additional services, should you require.
Firle Place and the grounds are available for hire throughout the year.
The Firle Estate has remained intact for
over 500 years and encompasses several
picturesque downland villages with
traditional pubs, a highly regarded farm
shop and of course Firle Place itself. Firle
derives from the Anglo-Saxon word ‘Fierol’
meaning ‘oak covered land’ and sits on
ancient downland chalk landscapes at the
foot of the Firle Beacon.
Firle is proud to be home to the
wonderfully atmospheric Ram Inn, the
perfect setting for an ushers’ lunch, serving
delicious English food with an emphasis on
locally-sourced ingredients. Here, you can
also enjoy excellent local beer and ale,
including those from the international award winning Burning Sky brewery,
located a stone’s throw from the pub