Set down a little lane, at the southern edge of the village, this impressive hotel and destination restaurant, is in a Tudor building sympathetically extended in the 19th and 20th centuries. There are attractive views of the Downs from the rear of the hotel, which overlooks the grand gardens.
Day rooms include a pub-like, oak-panelled bar, an airy sitting room and excellent business meeting rooms.
The bedrooms, have been named after the two families who have owned the house since 1520. All have their own individual character - one a huge four poster, another an original stone fireplace, private sitting room and views over the gardens. All have modern TV's with extra satellite channels, direct dial phones, trouser presses, hairdryers and en-suite bathrooms. Four larger rooms are particularly suitable for families, and four ground floor rooms for guests with some disabilities.
A stay wouldn't be complete without a meal in their excellent restaurant.
Nearby: Wakehurst Place & Nymans Gardens.
Restaurant - Ockenden Manor
This charming Elizabethan manor house, up a little lane from the bottom of the village, is now a hotel and smart restaurant. The atmosphere of the dining room, with its wood panelling and... more
- Pleasantly Situated
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Businesses
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 22
- Rooms, ensuite: 22
- Price (single room): please enquire
- Price (double room): from about £110 to £340 - depending on room & season
- Prices include breakfast
- Room Service: All Day
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 20
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 50
- Licensed for Civil Weddings
- Directions: See the map on this page