Built in 1898, Frensham Heights is a proud and beautiful building with a wonderful heritage. It has hosted fabulous house parties at the turn of the century, been a sanctuary for wounded soldiers from the Great War like the fictional Downton Abbey and has provided the perfect backdrop to hundreds of weddings, receptions and celebrations.
Within the main building, you will find an Edwardian ballroom complete with Minstrels’ Gallery, a gorgeous Louis XVI drawing room and a Jacobean hall with baronial fireplace. All three are licensed for marriages. The house is also blessed with stunning grounds, including a beautiful terrace, an intimate walled garden and outstanding views. Our walled gardens are now fully licensed for ceremonies if you would prefer to have something outdoors.
You will have the added advantage of an expert wedding coordinator to help you turn your vision for your day into a reality – and, if you need them, we have carefully selected a range of local businesses able to provide some of the other essentials for the day.
As part of a school the venue is only available for certain dates throughout the year. In peak season there is a minumum capacity of 85 adults. Other times of year we can quote you individually.
Please do contact us to find out more.
32 Reviews for Frensham Heights
Recommended by 100% of couples
Cee · Married on 31/08/2019
The Perfect Day
Many thanks for all your help and support during our wedding planning process. We had a fantastic day and evening.Sent on 29/10/2019
Sarah · Married on 06/07/2019
I just want to say thank you so much for such an incredible day, we truly had the best day of our lives and are so grateful to all the staff at Frensham for their care and attention.Sent on 29/10/2019
Dan · Married on 27/10/2018
Lovely Autumn Wedding
Dan and I just wanted to say how amazing our wedding day was on Saturday and thank you so much for helping us create what we wanted!Sent on 26/11/2018
Everyone loved the food and were really impressed with the way the day was run so thank you very much!