Wild Rose Photography
Nicki Feltham Photography
Bignor Park is an exceptional place to celebrate any special occasion.
The eleven hundred acre, privately owned estate is situated in the most beautiful and unspoilt surroundings at the foot of the magnificent South Downs, within the new South Downs National Park. Tucked far away from traffic noise and civilisation down an impressive half mile long drive, it is majestic but with an understated style, and a quirky rugged charm.
What sets Bignor Park apart is that no two events that we host are the same – there is no set formula for how your day will unfold because there are a variety of options available to you. In hiring our venue for your wedding, party or corporate event, you have the exclusive use of eleven acres of grounds and gardens to include the Greek Loggia (licensed for ceremonies), formal gardens, sweeping lawns, the Temple, and the calming Zen pond. Your photographs will tell the story beautifully, with some of the most breathtaking backdrops you can imagine.
Then, for dining and for dancing, the newly restored Stables offer a rustic suite of rooms, courtyard and quadrangle dating back to the Eighteenth Century, or a marquee can be erected on the Croquet Lawn overlooking the panoramic South Downs.
We limit our wedding bookings to twelve couples per year - they all have exclusive use and we only ever host one per weekend. For more information or to arrange a viewing, please contact Louise Hartley: 07798 807043, or email email@example.com
Bignor Park House, Bignor Park, Pulborough, West Sussex. RH20 1HG
News and Events - October 2017
Our 2017 wedding season drew to a close in September with our last three weddings, all in glorious autumn sunshine. Wedding dates for 2018 are getting booked up fast and we are now full for June, July, and August 2018. For all remaining dates in April and May 2018 we are offering a £500 reduction on the venue hire fee - please contact Louise Hartley if you would like to know more details on availability, and to arrange a viewing to look around.
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