Originally a stately home, The Highdown Hotel is set within the glorious grounds of Highdown Gardens on Highdown Hill, West Sussex. Highdown has 16 comfortable en-suite guest rooms, a large traditional restaurant offering a carvery Monday to Saturday lunch times 12pm to 2.30pm and Sundays from 12pm to 6pm, plus a traditional a la carte menu each evening from Monday to Saturday.
The Highdown is a perfect choice for weddings as they offer peaceful and elegant facilities that are steeped in history, and were once a popular choice for the Royal Family! The Hotel holds a wedding license for civil ceremonies offering you the convenience of enjoying all aspects of your big day under one roof.
The Bowes-Lyons suite has seating for up to 75 guests which is perfect for your ceremony, whilst the Grand Ballroom is a beautiful function room reached by a lit staircase, where you can enjoy your wedding breakfast and dance the evening away. The Ballroom can comfortably accommodate 150 evening guests, and is also the perfect location to host proms, anniversary parties and Christmas party nights. It will also be hosting the Highdown’s very first comedy night.
The event features a fantastic line up of television comedians including Jo Caulfield, star of Mock the Week and Live at the Apollo, whilst the evening is compared by Tom Glover. Tickets are priced at just £12.50 and are available from the Highdown Hotel direct, online at [email protected] or by visiting wegottickets.com/event/416375.
And this week at More Radio we’re giving you the chance to sample the delights of the Highdown Hotel for yourself!
Get ready to win!
This week at More Radio you could be winning a 2 night stay for 2 guests at The Highdown Hotel in a four poster room, subject to availability, (not valid between 20th December 2017 – 2nd January 2018) including breakfast, worth up to £270.00. To win the ultimate mini-break in stylish surroundings, just answer this simple question:
Which famous Irish comedian is the host of TV’s ‘Mock The Week’?
A – Ed Byrne
B – Dara O’Briain
C – Tommy Tierney