Horsley Towers is simply the perfect choice for a whole host of celebrations. Dating back to 1820, Horsley Towers is the ancestral home of the Lovelace family and home to a long line of distinguished thinkers.
At Horsley Towers, you can enjoy a choice of settings. Delight in a candlelit feast in the atmospheric Great Hall to a lavish reception in the Sopwith Restaurant.
When holding your Wedding Reception at Horsley Towers you may enjoy the following with our compliments:
Your own dedicated Wedding Co-ordinator who will support you throughout the planning stages.
Cake stand and ceremonial knife, finest quality table linen, chair covers with coloured sash to suit your colour scheme and napkins.
Your own Toastmaster certified by the London Guild of Toastmasters
Free ample car parking for all your guests.
Complimentary Meal Tasting for the bride and groom.
The bridal suite for the bride and groom on the evening of the wedding, including a complimentary bottle of champagne and breakfast in bed.
Horsley Towers is available from midday on your Wedding Day, until seven o'clock the following morning, giving you and your guestâ€™s exclusive use of the ground floor and access to the grounds.
Directions by car:
Take the A3 southbound, or leave the M25 at Junction 10 and take the A3 south towards Guildford. Leave the A3 at the junction after the M25 exit, signposted to Ockham and Ripley. Following the signs to "Horsley Towers", take the B2039 to Ockham and East Horsley. Stay on this road, passing under a railway bridge, and continue for one and a half miles after Horsley railway station. The entrance is on the left between two gatehouses, just after the second parade of shops, signposted to Horsley Park.
Directions by public transport:
Horsley station is just one and a half miles from the Horsley Site. On weekdays there are two trains every hour from both Waterloo Station and Guildford. A taxi can be booked from Horsley Station by prior arrangement with Reception