These are the wedding venues in Sussex you may not have considered

If you are planning your wedding and are trying to work out where to get married in Sussex then here are 12 hidden gems to consider.

Monday, 18th February 2019, 11:07 am
Updated Monday, 18th February 2019, 11:09 am
This is a beautiful 17th century barn renovation which only launched as a wedding venue last summer (2018) so may not be that well-known.
This is a beautiful 17th century barn renovation which only launched as a wedding venue last summer (2018) so may not be that well-known.

Ranging from lakeside venues to private homes, historic cinemas, to Mongolian yurts, all these venues offer you a chance to have a unique and memorable day.

This beautiful 17th century barn renovation only launched as a wedding venue last summer (2018) so may not be that well-known.
This stunning lakeside marquee wedding reception venue is nestled at the foot of the South Downs.
This 100 year old cinema can host the ceremony in screen two and then the reception at its film themed restaurant.
The beautiful estate is home to an impressive walled garden, fields and a forest school, with each venue offering something a little different.
If you are considering an outdoors wedding this field could be the perfect blank canvas.
If you are looking for a small, intimate wedding venue this could be for you. This private home only hosts 12 weddings a year.
Here you can enjoy a lakeside wedding reception in a private venue deep in the middle of 850 acres of tranquil woods and countryside.
Located on a stud farm, the barn leads out to a large lake, gardens, and beautiful views of pasture and woodland beyond.
This offers a unique and memorable experience and is great for animal lovers as you have the chance to pose with llamas.
Only 5 weddings a year take place here. Think marquee, wood fired smokers, and roaming deer all nestled on the Duke of Norfolks Estate
If you love the sea and everything nautical then this pretty coastal wedding venue offers an ideal setting.