Slindon House is a truly flexible wedding venue that can be personalised to be as unique as you and your special day…
You choose the ceremony and reception to suit you. From a one stop wedding venue, with fully licensed civil ceremony in our Grand Hall and reception available, or a Humanist or Celebrant led ceremony that can be held anywhere on the grounds. For religious ceremonies there are two churches ideally located, making Slindon House the perfect wedding reception venue to celebrate afterwards.
Our Grand Hall can accommodate up to 130 people and is fully licensed for civil ceremonies.
Registrars can be contacted in order to confirm dates and timings:
Celebrant or Humanist Ceremonies are beautifully flexible, whether indoor or outdoor, we have the perfect location. Indoor celebrations can be held in the Grand Hall, Blue Room, Green Room or Victorian Conservatory subject to guest numbers.
For those preferring an outdoor ceremony Slindon House’s grounds are extensive, with an ornamental garden, secret paths meandering through woodland and a perfectly manicured sunken lawn. The expansive land offers great choice for a number of beautiful spots to place a luxury marquee, ideal for large parties.
St Richard’s (Catholic Church) built in 1865 stands at the top of the village opposite Slindon House. It serves the Roman Catholic parish of Bognor Regis with Barnham and Slindon. (Pictured right)
The building of St Mary’s (Church of England) started in 1106 as instructed by the owner of nearby Slindon House, Archbishop Langton. (Pictured below)
Exclusive use of the house and grounds includes the impressive Entrance Hall with its Winding Oak Staircase, double height Grand Hall with adjoining, spacious Blue and Green Rooms as well as the Dining Room all with characterful fireplaces. The stunning Victorian Conservatory is also available.
The House and grounds offer numerous opportunities for spectacular photographs capturing the magic of your day, whether it be on the grand oak staircase or by one of the many picturesque outhouses.