Set in the historic Sussex market town of Midhurst within its own picturesque grounds, the Spread Eagle Hotel dates back in parts to 1430 and was once a coaching inn favoured by the rich and famous of the time. Today, it is the quintessentially English historic luxury hotel, retaining its heritage, yet providing every contemporary
A sense of history and a sense of occasion go hand-in-hand when you choose to have your wedding at the Spread Eagle and our dedicated team is on hand to ensure your day is perfect.
We have a choice of three enchanting venues for your civil ceremony: the intimate King Edward VII Room with its beamed walls and ceiling is in the oldest part of the hotel and accommodates up to 30 guests; the Polo Room with its high vaulted ceiling for up to 80 people; and the magnificent Jacobean Hall with its natural stone walls, heraldic banners and minstrel's galley for up to 120.
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Directions by car:
From M25 take the A3 south towards Guildford and Portsmouth. Exit the A3 at Milford and take the A286 to Midhurst. From Midhurst High Street, turn left after the second set of traffic lights into Knockhundred Row and follow the road up for approximately 250m. The Spread Eagle Hotel is located on the right hand side of the road by the Market Square in the old part of Town
Directions by public transport:
From London Waterloo to Haslemere takes around 50 minutes with a further 15 minute taxi ride to the hotel.
Gatwick 35 miles
Heathrow 46 miles
Central London 53 miles
Mainline Station 7 miles (Haslemere