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Angmering Manor

Angmering, West Sussex
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Angmering Manor
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Located in the beautiful Sussex village of Angmering the 15th century Angmering Manor provides a truly romantic and atmospheric setting for a most special Wedding day.

The wood panelled restaurant and adjoining conservatory are licensed for Civil ceremonies for up to 50 guests and can cater for receptions of up to 80.

The immaculately presented garden with ornate pond, wooden bridge, and gazebo provide the ideal backdrop for superb photographs or for relaxing drinks and canapés.

For your wedding guests there are 16 luxuriously appointed bedrooms each individually designed in a contemprorary style, many retaining original features, plus an indoor heated swimming pool, spa and gym. A range of treatments are available from the resident therapist including Bridal packages.

To complete your wedding the hotels beautiful honeymoon suite includes an antique four poster bed and jacuzzi bath.

Directions

Directions

Directions by car:

From A27 Junction A280 At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Water Lane (A280) Turn left onto Weavers Hill Turn right onto High Street (B2225)

Directions by public transport:

From Angmering station turn right onto Station Road (B2140) At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Station Road Continue onto Water Lane Turn right onto High Street (B2225)

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Angmering Manor

High Street
Angmering
West Sussex
BN16 4AG
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Angmering Manor

High Street
Angmering
West Sussex
BN16 4AG
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