Lorna and Tom decided on a Ghyll Manor Wedding in the charming village of Rusper. The village was once in the ancient Kingdom of Sussex. A beautiful countryside location surrounded by farmland. Ghyll Manor itself is a beautifully maintained 17th Century Oak beamed Country House luxury Hotel. It boasts a superb restaurant overlooking landscaped gardens. Also a dreamy lake set within its rolling 40 acres. And if that’s not enough, there are 29 guest bedrooms. Some with 4 poster beds, making this an ideal venue for a midsummer Ghyll Manor wedding. And an ideal location for beautiful wedding photography.In the Terrace Room there is an elegant baby grand piano. The room is arranged symmetrically with white covered chairs adorned with purple bows. The lighting is soft and the room looks out onto beautiful flowerbeds in full bloom with an old Victorian bandstand and Summer House in the distance.
Ghyll manor wedding begins.
This wedding was going to be a smallish family affair. Lots of children and grandchildren in attendance. Lorna and Tom exchanged nuptials in the Terrace Room at Ghyll Manor. It was one of the wettest summers since records began. Somebody must have been smiling on Lorna & Tom. Hence the sun shone and the clouds kept their distance. So conditions were just right for this intimate Ghyll Manor wedding. There were a few showers but fortunately guests were safely seated for a delicious wedding breakfast in the Terrace Room. Earlier guests were treated to Champagne and nibbles in the conservatory overlooking the Courtyard with a lovely fountain as it’s centrepiece. The couple made their vows at a lovely ceremony. The sun came out and everyone posed for photos on the terrace. Finally a delicious meal around the big table. A lovely day for a lovely couple and their guests.