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Perfect wedding venue in Surrey

Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa is a magnificent country house, set in stunning grounds and gardens ideal for wedding photography, making it the perfect fairytale wedding venue in Surrey. Complement this with our unique contemporary style, fine dining and superlative service and you have the ultimate venue for your wedding in Surrey and civil ceremony in Surrey.

Nutfield Priory Wedding Photographer  Tower at Nutfield Priory Surrey by Photographer Syman Kaye

Very Civil Ceremonies at Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa

Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa is licensed to conduct Civil Ceremonies in Surrey. We offer a wide choice of rooms and settings for you to create your perfect ceremony in Surrey.

Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa, Redhill, Surrey offers fully licensed premises for romantic Ceremonies.

Maximum seating capacity for Civil Ceremonies: 80 guests

The Fielden Suite

The Fielden Suite is our largest banqueting room which has its own terrace, private bar and cloakrooms.apacity: 80 guests.

The Gibson Suite
Room lined with wood-panelling and views towards the South Downs with a full working fireplace ideal for winter weddings.Capacity: 60 seated guests


Perfect service and delicious food

Imagine yourselves enjoying your first moments as husband and wife in the elegant and stylish surroundings of Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa. The service is perfectly timed and discreet whilst the food delicious. Your guests will be thoroughly enjoying themselves whilst you will feel like Lord and Lady of the manor.


From intimate weddings to exclusive use

No matter what size your wedding in Surrey, we can create the perfect package for you. From custom wedding packages to set special offers, visit our wedding packages section. We also offer late availability weddings in Surrey.

Wedding Dress at Nutfield Priory First dance of the couple on their wedding day and Nutfield Priory by photographer Simon Kaye


Attention to detail

It is often the small touches that get overlooked and with a wedding in Surrey, there can be so many that it is easy to be overwhelmed. We help to ensure everything is exactly as you want: flowers, linen, candles, menus, table plans and place cards – all may be arranged through your Hand Picked wedding co-ordinator.

Making your wedding extra-special

Every hotel wedding in Surrey is different and our team is experienced in recommending and arranging all kinds of special touches including entertainment, photography, hair and make-up, wedding cakes, and even arrival by hot-air balloon.


Inspired by the neo-Gothic design of the Palace of Westminster, Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa is a unique luxury Victorian mansion house in Surrey.

Dating back to 1872, Nutfield Priory is a four star country house hotel with a 2 AA rosette restaurant. Set in 12 acres high on Nutfield ridge, the hotel offers breathtaking views of the Surrey and Sussex countryside. The hotel has been furnished to a luxury standard and offers 60 bedrooms, 15 of which are individually designed, large feature bedrooms, with lavish artwork, and offering the likes of sleigh beds and original features. The master suites are particularly special, one offering its own private balcony terrace and another occupies three floors in the tower of the hotel.

Set alongside the main hotel is the health club & spa. A dedicated facility, this offers a fully-equipped gym, indoor pool, sauna and steam rooms and squash courts, plus a cafe bar. The spa offers nine treatment rooms, a lounge, relaxation room and manicure area.


A venue for all people, for all events;

Weddings, Conferences, Training Courses, Board Meetings, Christenings, Naming Days, Birthdays, Anniversaries, Fine Dining, Afternoon Teas, or just a get together for friends.

And so convenient for guests travelling from Surrey, Sussex, Kent and London. Just a few miles from the M25 & M23 on the A25 between Redhill & Godstone.


The original mansion was built sometime between 1849 and 1854, when Thomas Fowler Wood owned the land, this was added to in 1855-59 for the Quaker banker Henry Edward Gurney. He later became bankrupt, and so the house and lands were sold to Joshua Fielden MP of Todmorden in Lancashire. The architect John Gibson built the present mansion.

In Gurney’s time, one of the popular events of the year was the “Festival of Ragged School Teachers” for which he invited teachers from the East London Schools to meet at Nutfield Priory. A staunch advocate of education for all, he paid for special trains to bring them to Redhill and they dined and “enjoyed the gardens and grounds”. The lake (no longer within the grounds) was put in by Gurney.

When Joshua Fielden purchased the house, he set about pulling down and rebuilding most of it. The tower was of his choosing.

The bosses, wood and stone carvings, wood panels etc are all original, as are the beautiful marble fireplaces. The organ is also original, built in 1874 and has been carefully restored by the Shepherd Brothers of London and sings as sweetly today as it always did.

Married to Ellen, Joshua Fielden MP was very much a family man (11 children) and cared deeply for the welfare of others. It was his father “Honest John Fielden, MP” who was responsible for passing the Ten Hours Bill in 1847. This limited the hours of women and children in the textile industry to ten hours a day. The remarkable aspect was that the Fieldens were one of the largest textile mill owners in the country. His father and brothers were also socially minded. It was Fielden who had taken a larger part in advocating and assisting the passing of the Ten Hours Bill, which greatly improved working conditions in the manufacturing industries. He was also very involved with the repeal of the Malt Tax and many other social and industrial reforms. He was gradually to be looked upon as the “poor man’s social friend”. I have never heard of this expression before. I think it applies to his father Honest John.

For the last ten years of his life his constitution had not been particularly strong, and he had on a number of occasions travelled to Cannes in France for the healing properties of the air and sea. It was here on 9th March 1887 that he sadly passed away, the day after his 60th Birthday. When Joshua died, he left Nutfield in trust for his wife Ellen for her lifetime. She lived on for another 40 years and stayed at Nutfield for almost all that time until 1920, when she sold the house and moved to London.

By this time Nutfield Priory had been sold to a Mr. Ferris and stayed a private residence until 1930 when Mr. O Picton Davis purchased it and turned it into a luxurious, very expensive hotel with a 9 hole golf course around the lake. The hotel brochure mentions the “medieval monks” who used to apparently walk along the Cloisters and angle in the lake on Thursdays. Needless to say, Nutfield has never been a Priory in the true sense but one can dream.

During the Second World War, the mansion was commandeered and Canadian soldiers were stationed here. Later Nutfield was a base for the ATS Personnel and NAAFI Training.

The years rolled on and Surrey County Council purchased Nutfield Priory, later to open it as the first Secondary Modern Boarding School for severely deaf children in England . The first Headmaster was Mr. S.J Blount, who through his knowledge, expertise and love of children made the school a success and also a happy home.


With the school’s closure in July 1987, the house reverted to its 1930’s usage as a hotel, reopening a year later. Following sympathetic renovation, restoration and refurbishment the house has now been restored to its former glory and as a country house hotel, many people can now share in its beauty