Built in 1722 by Sir Thomas Medley, Buxted Park’s history is as colourful as it is long. Over the years, this luxury East Sussex hotel has played host to movers and shakers including William Wordsworth, Winston Churchill and Marlon Brando.
Now you can see what attracted the great and the good as you explore this country retreat’s many rooms, stroll in the gardens or let the evening unravel as it may in the restaurant. The features of this hotel make it perfect for weekend breaks in Sussex, rest and relaxation, and simply enjoying the beautiful countryside.
The Grade II listed Palladian mansion, set in the finest parkland, is a unique backdrop for the most perfect of wedding venues. The house’s historic rooms are one instance where business and pleasure do mix, and private dining is tailor-made for special occasions. Above all, make this country house your home.
Hospitality and service is at the very heart of Buxted Park and on behalf of all the team I look forward to welcoming you to the hotel and assuring you of our very best attention.
– from the Buxted Park Website