Built in 1884 and situated deep in the beautiful Sussex countryside, Highley Manor lies in its own estate covering 7.5 acres of landscape gardens and woodland. Highley Manor is steeped in history, in 1669 "The Manor" became the home of the Shelly family and romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelly moved to Highley from nearby Field Place in the early 19th Century. Towards the end of the 19th Century Highley fell into disuse and was eventually demolished and the present building erected in its place.
- Crawley, Horsham & East Grinstead
|Address||Crawley La Balcombe|
|Phone Number||014 4481 1711|
From Our Website
We understand that planning a wedding and finding the perfect venue is not always easy. That's why our lovely Wedding Consultants are on hand to help answer any questions you may have. They are here to help you book your dream venue and give you all the vital information you need. From the moment you book with us, we want to make planning your wedding as stress-free as possible. Our Wedding Coordinators are on hand to help guide you through the world of weddings. Not only will your Coordinator be there for you before your wedding, they will be there on the day to ensure everything runs smoothly.
We had our wedding in June 2018 and the day was just absolutely fantastic. The venue was great when we first decided to choose them for our wedding venue, but on the day they were out of this world. The venue looked incredible inside and outside. Igor and the team were amazing on the day and also helped out my dad who collapsed due to the warm weather. They were so professional in helping him. Glad to say, later on that day he was dancing. The food was so good and had everyone saying what amazing food it was.
Each of the spacious 19 bedrooms at Highley Manor offers old-world charm and comfort ranging from singles, doubles and four-poster bedrooms. All of our rooms have a television, direct dial telephones, complimentary Wi-Fi, hairdryer and coffee & tea making facilities and a continental or cooked breakfast is available each morning.