Then & Now
Our venue can accommodate up to 90 guests for a ceremony and 70 for dinner inside the house and up to 200 guests in either a non-legal ceremony on our lawns or for dinner in the beautiful marquee.
Set amongst an historic garden in an a 60-acre estate, this impressive Grade I listed Jacobean Manor House, with its comfortably furnished 17th and 18th century interiors is truly wonderful to behold, both inside and out.
Here deep in rural East Sussex, you will discover all the character of a grand country house, combined with all the modern facilities to ensure a flawless occasion.
The venue is managed by award-winning wedding planning experts The Wedding Box Boutique so you can be sure everything will run smoothly on your special day.
During term-time Brickwall House is a Dyslexia school so weddings are only held during the summer holidays. We also only every have one wedding a day to ensure you have an exclusive experience.
A Wonderful Place To Stay
Should you or your guests wish to make a weekend of it, we can accommodate up to 46 people in our en-suite bedrooms, which are available during the summer holidays.
The more adventurous guests, can also opt for glamping in a luxury bell tent in the grounds with shower and toilet facilities onsite.
Should you want something a little more luxurious, we have negotiated discounts with a number of nearby hotels for your comfort and ease. More details can be found in our Brochure.
There are a number of choices when it comes to having your ceremony at Brickwall House, making this a very flexible venue. You can choose either to marry in a civil ceremony in our drawing room, with space for 90 comfortably, or with 120 (90 inside and 30 in the courtyard). Alternatively, it's also possible to marry in a symbolic ceremony on one of our lawns or next to the topiary garden looking out onto the beautiful deer park which can both accommodate up to 200 seated.
Within walking distance of the venue is also beautiful St Mary's Church in Northiam, where it is possible to have a religious Church of England ceremony for up to 150 guests. However, you need to have a qualifying connection with the church in order to marry here. Further details on whether you have a qualifying connection is provided here on the Church of England website. Click here for more information.
The ideal setting for a wedding, the gardens at Brickwall House are a veritable treasure.
To the front of the property the driveway is bordered by perfectly manicured lawns whilst to the rear of the manor house are the formal gardens where the beds are planted with over a hundred variety of plant species, providing an array of colour throughout the year.
The walled garden with its topiary of yew chess pieces on a chess board is delightfully enchanting, beyond this is the Deer Park and chestnut avenue.
All of these spaces offer a cornucopia of photo opportunities and the perfect backdrop to your special day.