Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
Pekes Manor Estate
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Pekes Manor Estate

Distinctly different: there really is nowhere quite like Pekes.

  • Sleeps 20
  • Beds 9
  • Baths 3

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £21 and £58.

For relaxed, laid-back country wedding reception. Fill our Estate with your loved ones for your special day.

  • Indoors 50
  • Capacity 150

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.

East Sussex

Pekes, Nash Street, Golden Cross, Hailsham, Sussex BN27 4AD

  • Weekends

    £1,800 - £3,500

  • Full Weeks

    £3,000 - £5,000

Pekes Manor is a Grade II listed pre-Tudor country house dating from before 1470. The estate has been owned by the same family for over a hundred years, and previously by the same family since Tudor times.

The self-catering accommodation on the estate is flexible. The Manor sleeps up to 20 in 8 bedrooms, and there are 3 other properties on the estate which in total can accommodate up to 44 guests (The Oast House 12, The Wing 6, and Tudor View 6).

The Manor House though, is the jewel in the estate’s crown. There are five bedrooms on the first floor (one with an annex bedroom) and three on the second old Nursery floor. Downstairs, there’s a large living room with a television and two fully-equipped kitchens. Central to this is the lovely old oak-panelled Dining room (which can seat up to 26).

Amenities

Please see the key features below. If stag and hen parties are not listed then the property is sadly not suitable for them.

House Facts

Pekes Manor was built in about 1470, and is a fine example of a good-size jettied Wealden Hall house, retaining many of its 15th and 16th Century features. The large kitchen with its huge fireplace is largely as it was built in about 1550. Terence Bourke bought Pekes in 1908, and substantially refurbished and added to it, creating the basis for the comfortable house that exists today. It is still owned and run by the same family.

Reviews

We had a fantastic stay at the Main Manor House with a group of friends. The house has everything that you need and is in a great location. The house itself is comfortable and full of history. The grounds are very well maintained and there are lots of activities on site or nearby. We would ...

Dear Pekes Team, we would like to express our enormous gratitude to you ALL! You are all just amazing! We celebrated our wedding in April 2024 and no words can describe how beautiful, emotional and fun the celebration was. It was truly the best time ever!! Houses are so authentic and unique. All rooms ...

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