Starborough Manor, situated at the end of a long, tree-lined drive, was originally built in the 18th century and remodeled in both the early and late 19th Century. The house is in a parkland setting and overlooks a moated castle.
The manor of Starborough can be traced back to the 14th century; the present manor site was built upon after the original castle was demolished on the orders of Oliver Cromwell.
Starborough Manor is the ideal place to hold weddings. There are two large, interconnecting, reception rooms with high ceilings, large windows and French doors which open out into the garden, overlooking the moat and island. There is also an elegant dining room, with hand painted chinoiserie silk wallpaper, which can seat up to 24 people. The ballroom can seat up to 50 for dinner, or 100 for receptions.
For larger numbers, a marquee may be erected on the lawns overlooking Starborough Manor and guests may enjoy the parkland setting and views over Starborough Castle and moat.
Starborough Manor is in the middle of the countryside with views to the North Downs and is only 25 minutes from Gatwick Airport.
Ample parking is available.