The House

Wealden House was built around 1870. It may have been named after the area of the Weald in South East England or perhaps after the word itself, Weald, which means "forest".

Positioned on Lewes Road on the outskirts of East Grinstead and a stone's throw from Ashurst Wood, the house is set in beautiful grounds.

Reception Hall

On entering Wealden House one arrives in the spacious reception hall with hardwood flooring, fireplace and a grand staircase leading to rooms occupied by local businesses.

The Wooden Room

The Wooden Room is a lovely wooden panelled room with hardwood flooring.

The room can be hired for meetings, workshops, lectures, classes, small theatre plays and concerts etc. It has a large boardroom table and chairs. The back door of the room opens out onto the terrace and lawns which can be used in conjunction with the Wooden Room.

The room is 23ft 10" x 19ft 10" and costs £30 per hour or £200 for the day to hire. If you are interested in hiring the Wooden Room please get in touch with details of dates required.