About Queen’s Hall
The Queen's Hall is situated in the High Street, Cuckfield, West Sussex, and a delightful places to tie the knot, and/or hold a fantastic reception party. It is a stunning Grade 2 listed building that has long been the centre of community life, and it has many original Victorian features whilst ensuring the facilities meet all modern requirements.
It is the perfect place for a wedding unique to you. No preconceived ideas about menus or decoration. You can choose exactly what you want. You can do it all yourselves, or hire your own choice of event company, florist and/or caterer etc. to make sure it suits your budget.
Facilities and capacity
The large Victorian hall has a high vaulted ceiling, with cross bars making it ideal for decorating. It seats up to 120 for a formal wedding breakfast, or up to 180 for a buffet meal. The delightful back garden is where our NEW WEDDING GAZEBO is situated. It can be reached easily from the Main Hall, via the side corridor leading out onto wooden decking with steps, and access slop, down into the garden. An ideal place to get married and for photos and drinks on a sunny afternoon. The Council Chamber upstairs is perfect for a more intimate wedding ceremony. There is a full catering kitchen supplied with white china and cutlery for 100 place settings. There is easy access to all levels.
The hall is fully licensed to hold Civil Ceremonies in the Main Hall, which will hold at least 200, or the Council Chamber, which will hold around 45 people, and in the Garden Wedding Gazebo.
The team will happily to talk through all the different options with you in detail, over the phone or face-to-face, they believe that viewing is important, because it enables you to clear up any issues early on. Speak to the team today.
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Rosie Jones · Married on 13/04/2019
A beautiful hall for your DIY wedding
We hired Queen's Hall from Friday-Sunday for our wedding on the Saturday. The hall provides a great blank canvas to decorate as you wish; it is already a stunning hall (not just a 'bog standard village hall') but putting your own stamp on it brings it to life. We used bunting, lights, flowers and signs to fill the space.
The garden was perfect for our hog roast caterers to use. We also used the recreation ground for photos.
Important tip; remember the sound system cuts out if the volume gets too loud! This only happened to us once, thankfully!
We had approx 70 day guests and 120 evening guests - the hall was plenty big enough for these numbers.
Jane and Paul are very helpful and quick to reply to any queries.
A lovely hall at a reasonable price, thank you.Sent on 26/05/2019
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