Your Destination —
The hotel is set in 312 acres of private grounds and parkland, which includes three large lakes and a deer park.
There are numerous attractions just a short journey from Buxted Park. Some highlights include Battle Abbey, Penshurst Place & Gardens, Seven Sisters, Sheffield Park Gardens, Glyndebourne and Bluebell Railway.
Your Hotel —
Built in 1722 by Sir Thomas Medley, Buxted Park’s history is as colourful as it is long. Over the years, the house has played host to society’s movers and shakers including William Wordsworth, Winston Churchill and Marlon Brando.
Offering 44 luxury bedrooms, a 2 AA Rosette restaurant and fantastic lounge areas, this property is a winner for a relaxing weekend getaway.
Swan about the spacious grounds, get some fresh air on a long forest walk or simply stay put and enjoy the delicious food and sophisticated surroundings.
Your Room —
This offer is based on a stay in a Classic Double Room
Sleeps up to
Your Board Basis —
This offer is based on a bed & breakfast stay where you will be treated to a Full English Breakfast.
Just for you: A complimentary bottle of Champagne upon arrival
The Dining Room – This AA Rosette Restaurant is perfect for fine dining in glorious, regal surroundings. Guests will enjoy fine, fresh local ingredients prepared with passion and served with charm. At the Dining Room, you will receive the highest acclaim of culinary excellence.
The Coat of Arms Lounge & Crystal Bar – This lounge bar is a special feature of any stay at Buxted Park Hotel. Featuring high ceilings, full height windows with far reaching views of the estate and luxurious furniture all serve to create a sense of grandeur fit for any occasion.
Afternoon Tea at Buxted Park - During every season, the Afternoon Tea at Buxted Park Hotel in East Sussex is always a moment of relaxation. With a new large selection of loose teas, you can enjoy your afternoon with family or friends and indulge in traditional Afternoon Tea in East Sussex.
It is advisable to reserve your table for dinner as well as afternoon tea in advance of your arrival. You can contact the hotel directly to do so on 01825 733333
Your Time —
Buxted Park has an extensive 312 acre estate, which includes a number of lakes, woodland and a deer park.
It is home to 50 fallow deer, known as Dama Dama, which can be seen during quiet times grazing the sward. Much of the land is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Buxted Park staff can prepare a picnic for you to enjoy while exploring the grounds.
Your Journey —
From London - Leave M25 junction 6 towards A22 East Grinstead and Eastbourne. Follow the A22 until you reach the roundabout with the A26. Turn left at the roundabout to A26 Tunbridge Wells. Turn right at next roundabout to the A272 Heathfield. Take an immediate left still following the A272. At traffic lights, continue straight on and the hotel is 1 mile on your right.
From Tunbridge Wells - Take the A26 towards Uckfield and continue until the roundabout for A272 Heathfield. Take the first exit and immediately turn left towards Buxted. Continue straight on at the traffic lights and the hotel is 1 mile on your right.
From Brighton - Take the A27 towards Lewes and join the A26 towards Tunbridge Wells. Continue straight on until the roundabout with A272 towards Heathfield, take the third exit, then turn immediately left towards Buxted. Continue straight on at the traffic lights and the hotel is 1 mile on your right.