Country House Hotel In East Sussex UK
Stay in a Victorian Gothic Hotel
If these walls could speak… Horsted Place Hotel would have more than a few stories to tell. Whether it’s a relaxing weekend away, wedding or conference, you’ll soon discover why the likes of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were once regular visitors at our Uckfield hotel.
Revered for its Pugin architecture and grounds shaped by acclaimed landscape architect Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, Horsted Place Hotel is truly a unique place to stay in East Sussex. It’s not just the history, architecture and gardens that will win your heart and soothe your soul. Our relaxed manner, personal service and unique dining experience combine to make this a real home from home.
Come, join us. Be our guest.
Where laziness and lie-ins are par for the course
Look up ‘relaxation’ in the dictionary, and you could well find a picture of one of our rooms. Individually named, designed and decorated, each of them has stunning views – whether that’s of the gardens, grounds or the South Downs themselves.
Lounge or lie back and discover the benefits of our 24-hour room service, but be warned; breakfast in bed can become addictive!
Where best of British meets pick of the produce
Whilst its name comes from the Latin for ‘small’, don’t think for a moment that our executive chef doesn’t think big when it comes to flavour.
Parva is all about unpretentious dining - modern British cooking using the very best seasonal produce, locally sourced wherever possible. From an à la carte menu that changes seasonally, to all day dining, light lunches and afternoon teas, Parva has something for every palate and occasion.
The perfect ceremony setting, whatever the season
There can be few better backdrops for weddings than Horsted Place Hotel.
Stunning Victorian Gothic architecture paired with beautiful grounds, it’s truly a wedding venue in East Sussex for all seasons. You can also book the hotel for exclusive use. Choose from three areas for your ceremony – the intimate Library, larger Garden Room or the Victorian-style Summerhouse… and how many couples can say they stayed in a Bridal Suite once frequented by the Queen and Prince Philip?