Wedding Car Hire Lewes
We are based in Ringmer, just outside the Sussex county town of Lewes, so supplying vintage and classic wedding cars to Lewes and the surrounding area is at the heart of what we do.
Whether your Lewes wedding is in a church, hotel, registry office or even in the castle, trust us to transport you there in one of our comfortable, luxurious and stylish Lewes wedding cars.
Lewes Wedding Cars
Why not arrive in real style at your Lewes wedding? Travelling to your wedding in Lewes, and then the ride to the reception, will be two of the most memorable journeys of your life, so choose from our unique selection of vintage, classic and modern vehicles for a very special experience you will remember forever.
We’ll take care of everything – from colour coordinated ribbons and bows, to silk flowers on the parcel shelf, to additional cars and minibuses for your guests – there is even complimentary champagne as you relax on the journey to your reception. Our experienced and professional drivers offer complete peace of mind and one less thing to worry about.
Wedding Cars for Lewes Weddings
We have a wide range of modern, classic and vintage wedding cars for hire in the Lewes area.
Booking Your Lewes Wedding Car
Our fleet of wedding cars is very popular throughout the peak Lewes wedding season, so don’t delay, contact us today on 01273 813401 or click below to book now.
With a fascinating history as a market town and bridging point, Lewes is the administrative centre of East Sussex and a favourite tourist destination.
Perfect for opera-lovers, located four miles (6 km) outside of Lewes is Glyndebourne opera house. Founded in 1934, the venue draws large audiences for its Summer Festival and has attracted a host of international talent throughout its history.
The town is the location of several significant historic buildings, including Lewes Castle, the remains of Lewes Priory, Bull House (the former home of Tom Paine), Southover Grange and public gardens, and a sixteenth-century timber-framed Wealden hall house known as Anne of Cleves House because it was given to her as part of her divorce settlement from Henry VIII, though she never lived there. Anne of Cleves House and the Castle are owned and maintained by the Sussex Archaeological Society (whose headquarters are in Lewes). The Round House, a secluded former windmill in Pipe Passage, was owned by the writer Virginia Woolf.