Frensham Heights School


Frensham Heights School

Frensham Heights School, Surrey

At the heart of the house lies the beautiful Ballroom, decorated in Louis XVI style, with a coved ceiling, fireplace and ornamental frieze. Full length windows give guests a truly spectacular view of the Surrey Hills. Grand double doors link the Ballroom to the elegant double height Long Gallery with its impressive Gothic style mantelpiece and exquisite stained glass windows. There is a delicately furnished Drawing Room and an elegant wood- panelled Old Library. All four rooms adjoin making a lovely flow-through, flexible space for any event. The majestic mock Tudor main building was finished in 1902 as a family home. It has a charming mixture of grandeur and homeliness. Both the back and front of the house offer a stunning mix of gables, towers and large mullioned windows. There is a terrace to one side opening from the Ballroom to the lawn below and a courtyard on the other side providing a space for parking or photographs. Surrounding the main house are 120 acres of truly breathtaking mature Surrey countryside. To the front of the house, a sweeping terrace lawn offers the perfect setting for summer games and drinks. Sitting just above ground level in the woods and accessed by a gentle sloping wooden walkway, the Treehouse makes an intimate setting for a smaller, less traditional ceremony. Approached from the main house through an ornate gate, a stone walkway offers an excellent opportunity for a wedding party to promenade towards guests seated around the pretty lily pond and fountain in the Walled Garden. 

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