Welcome to our Award Winning Wedding Venue!


Welcome to Long Furlong Barn!聽

We are delighted to say hello and hope you love our beautiful barns as much as we do!

The Jenkin family renovated the barns back in 2014 and we are now in our 6th year of operation. We have grown as a wedding venue, taking advice and ideas from our lovely couples as they enjoy the beautiful countryside, buildings, and surroundings that Long Furlong Barn has to offer.

We have recently won our first award for ‘Highly Commended’ Best Countryside venue in the South East, and we continue to learn, build and thrive to ensure our future couples have the wedding day they dream of at Long Furlong Barn.


Peter Jenkin

Owner of Long Furlong Barn

Exclusively Yours…

Nestled in the West Sussex countryside, our beautiful rustic barns set the scene for a beautiful wedding day.

Consisting of 2 barns, a bridal suite and oodles of outdoor space, Long Furlong Barn has something for everyone.

Combined with the rustic glow of fairy lights, beautiful rustic furniture and Chiavari chairs, the venue team, have thought of everything to ensure you have a stress free day.聽

With lots of little extra touches, not book a viewing and see for yourself!

Photography by Amy Barnes Photography

Food & Drink

Take a peek at Circa Events stunning wedding or event menu options.聽 With variety, creativity and award-winning service, we are proud to collaborate with Circa Events to provide you with the best food and drink West Sussex has to offer.


Photo by Matthew Badenoch Photography

Late Availability

2021 has certainly shaken up our availability this year, and we do have a small number of summer dates available in July and August.聽

Contact us for availability!

Photography by Jenny Rutterford Photography

‘If I could mark higher I would. I should imagine most brides think their days is the best ever, but I truly believe Long Furlong Barn made ours special.
Circa Events were amazing. From the intial booking, to day prior set up, everything went even more smoothly than we could have imagined.’

Danielle Clarke