The Party Field is a unique wedding venue set in heart of the South Downs National Park in the historic town of Lewes. It is easily accessible from London, taking just an hour on the train. The Party Field offers you exclusive use of the truly picturesque field, set at the foot of South Downs, for the weekend. You can therefore invite your guests to join you in camping under the stars and let your wedding continue for the duration of the weekend. Guests have private use of the field from Friday through to Sunday allowing you to create the wedding of your dreams. The Party Field excels in letting you create a truly unique day with their bespoke service letting you create the perfect event for you. They are experienced event organisers who can help as much or as little as needed. They can organise everything so all you and your guests need to do is arrive and enjoy your wedding or you can simply hire the field and organise your own event using their trusted suppliers. The Party Field has established strong relationships with their exclusive list of preferred suppliers, one of which is a very talented sound company in Brighton, who will liaise with the band or DJ prior to the big day and ensure that all their needs are met and exactly the right equipment is waiting for them on their arrival.

The field has been host to some amazing weddings over the last three seasons, from mini festival style weddings, with giant tipis, bands playing, street food vans, deck chairs and bouncy castles to the most elegant and beautiful white traditional marquees with the entrance to the field delicately lit with fairy lights making a truly magical feel.

The Party Field is a large space which lends itself to anything from a relaxed family country themed wedding weekend, with children running around playing, to a fully bespoke event managed wedding. There are many ways they can help you make your party one to remember. As the field is exclusively yours, you are encouraged to make the most of it by lighting the campfire which is a centrally located large fire pit providing a beautiful focal point to your wedding, for your guests to gather around and watch the sun setting behind the rolling countryside. To make the most of your weekend, The Party Field encourages you to invite your guests to camp, guests can either pitch their own tents or simply book and check in to one of the comfortable and luxurious bell tents, which are furnished with double beds, bedside tables, Indian rugs and night lights. The nearby town of Lewes also has an abundance of B&B's and hotels for guests who would prefer not to camp

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FAQ

What are the key features of the venue?
Garden, Marquee, Panoramic views, Guest accommodation, Childen's entertainment
What is the venue's capacity for a wedding?
250
Can the couple provide their own wedding cake?
The couple can bring their wedding cake
Can the couple provide their own drinks for the reception?
The couple can bring their drinks at the reception
Do you have more than one event running at the same time?
One event per day only
What are your terms of payment?
50% non refundable deposit to book and 50% two months prior to the wedding
Please tell us something interesting or unique about your business
You may have a beautiful herd of sussex cows in a nearby field watching your wedding! They promise not to join though!
How long has your business been running?
3 years

Address

City: BN7 3PR

Lewes is the nearest Train Station, which is a 5 minute drive. The Party Field sends out detailed directions once a viewing or booking has been confirmed.

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