Jane and Dave- married at last!
A few highlights for you to enjoy, more to follow............. Edes House is a delightful location for your wedding, followed by a trip through the cloisters, what more could you ask?
Edes House was built at the end of the 17th Century for local maltster John Edes and his wife Hannah. This Grade 1 listed building in the heart of Chichester has been carefully restored by West Sussex County Council and contains a wonderful collection of paintings and decorative ornaments.
The exquisite detailing throughout the house, such as Renaissance-style finishes to windows and doors, lead-paned transom windows and eye-catching fireplaces, ensure a wonderfully evocative ambiance.
A guide to Edes House for public use
Depending on the type and size of your event, you can choose from seven rooms at Edes House, from the Cowdray Room, which holds up to eight guests, to the Richmond Room, for up to 80. Or, why not speak to us about hiring the entire House? We will be happy to arrange a bespoke package to accommodate your needs.
Wedding photographers at Edes House