1491 Tudor Manor
Built in 1491, the manor at Brewerstreet is a timber framed "Wealden Hall House" and is Grade 1 listed. The frame of the house is of oak construction with a Horsham stone roof.
Chris’s family have lived and farmed at Brewerstreet since the early 1920’s. The farm was principally a 450 acre dairy farm with over 200 milking cows.
Restoration of the manor
The farm has undergone many upgrades, renovations and additions throughout the years, the latest between 1969 and 1971 when a major manor restoration was carried out . A total of 18 months work.
Chris and Sacha took up occupation in 1971 following completion of the restoration works.
The First Wedding in 1993
The first wedding at Brewerstreet was held in 1993 when the farm was still a working dairy farm.
Dedicated Wedding Venue
In 2000 the cows were sold and extensive works were carried out on the site to upgrade all wedding facilities, which were modeled on a maximum of 200 guests.
Only 10 weddings are held here each year which allows very personal attention to be offered to all our individual wedding parties. "Home from Home" weddings!
In all, guests have access to about 6 acres of gardens including the main marquee paddock and several rooms in the main house.
From 2004 to 2020 all Weddings were run in conjunction with our wedding catering specialists, Super Event. Unfortunately Super Event became a casualty of the Covid pandemic in 2021 and we sought new catering and marquee partners Fresh Catering and James Marquees.