Historic Wiston House provides a truly magical and romantic setting to host your wedding celebrations, ensuring you and your guests enjoy exclusive use on one of the most memorable days of your lives.



Set in the heart of rural Sussex, Grade 1 listed Wiston House offers a range of inspiring meeting rooms that can accommodate up to 90 people for conferences, training and events.



Whether you are celebrating a landmark birthday or a special anniversary, Wiston House offers a relaxing and exclusive experience for groups of up to 110 guests, including dinner, dancing and overnight accommodation.



We would like to thank Wiston House for everything they have done and all the staff have been amazing, friendly and endlessly accommodating. We loved that the venue was exclusive use and made us feel like king and queen for the day. We can’t recommend Wiston House enough to everyone and you really have got it all right from food to staff attitude and I am so pleased we decided to choose Wiston House for our big day.

- Mr and Mrs Crowley, June 2016


We were all delighted with the choice of Wiston House for our annual Strategy Day. I would recommend it to other business seeking a secluded, private, beautiful setting with excellent facilities and great service.

- David Pegler, Head of Brewin Dolphin's Brighton Business


Ryan and I had an outstanding experience organising our wedding at Wiston House, it was the perfect day. All our guests commented on how beautiful the venue was and some said it was the best wedding they had been to.

- Mr and Mrs Pestell, February 2016


Wiston House has all the ingredients to make a perfect venue. We hosted a very successful charity seminar at the House and wouldn't hesitate to return.

- Spofforths, July 2016

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What inspired the Wiston House logo??

The Wiston House roundel is inspired by the plaster-work which adorns the Great Hall, the centrepiece of the House.

The hall was constructed in and around 1573 , featuring a double hammer beam roof.

The plaster-work itself dates from the mid 18th century.

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