Up to 45
Exclusive Use
£1200 - £3000
Wedding license

Hatch House is a family home set in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside and is an idyllic and romantic location for weddings and civil ceremonies with three licensed areas in the house and grounds.

Venue features

Overview
Venue Type
Country House / Manor House
Seated Dining Capacity
45
Reception Capacity
200
Usual Access Time
09:00 AM
Usual Finish Time
01:00 AM
Venue
Disabled Access
Exclusive Use
Grade I/II Listed Building
In-house Wedding Coordinator
Landscaped Gardens
Marquee Permitted
On-site Parking
Open Flame Permitted
Outdoor Reception Space
Pet-Friendly
Ceremony and Reception
Confetti Permitted
Fireworks Permitted
Outdoor Ceremony Licence
Licensed for Weddings and Civil Ceremonies
Food and Drink
Alcohol License
No Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol
External Catering Permitted

Pricing

Venue Hire Only
  • Prices start at:
    £1200
  • Maximum Price:
    £3000

Detailed Description

Country Life described Hatch House as the "quintessence of perfection." Set in an elevated position with uninterrupted views across the Vale of Wardour Hatch House provides a private and extremely unique location for a wedding. Hatch House, owned by Sir Henry and Lady Rumbold, is a privately owned family home and consists of the remains of a 17th century manor house, the former home of the Hyde family (Anne Hyde was the mother of Queens Anne & Mary). The house was partly burnt down in the 18th century and then bought in the 1840s by the Bennet family, from whom the Rumbolds are descended. The Bennets resurrected the house in 1908, employing the romantic Arts & Crafts architect, Detmar Blow, who had been commissioned to work on several grand houses locally. Armorial gates lead into a lofty lime avenue, which sweeps down to the house and garden and is the perfect entrance for the wedding couple and their guests to arrive at Hatch House. The house’s theatrical facade faces the exquisite 17th century walled Dutch Garden, formed by two tiers of lawn framed by herbaceous borders and incredible views across the countryside. The gardens are encased by gracefully aged stone walls and clipped hedges, which create a series of rooms. There are three licensed areas for weddings and civil ceremonies, in the dining room and hall within the house and in the Pavilion at the centre of the walled garden. Marquees can be erected on the lawns and are particularly popular within the Dutch Garden itself where there is plenty of room for seated receptions followed by dancing and creates a very intimate setting. Lady Rumbold refers to this garden as the "best room in the house." At Hatch House there is the choice to use the venue for the whole ceremony and reception or just reception if a church service is preferred. Whichever you choose your guests will enjoy the celebrations at Hatch House. We look forward to meeting you.

About us

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Lady Rumbold

We enjoy having a friendly relationship with couples getting married at Hatch. We are always there to help them with support and advice, before and during their wedding. We like to make the bride and her family feel welcome and at home.

Experience
Year Business Was Established
2013
# Of Weddings Hosted
Between 10 and 30
# Of People In Team
6
Public Liability Insurance
Yes

Location

Getting here

  • Address:
  • West Hatch, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 6PA, England
  • Nearest Train Station:
  • Tisbury
  • Nearest Town:
  • Tisbury
  • Nearest Airport:
  • Bristol
  • Nearest Motorway & Junction:
  • A303 Warminster
  • Travel Notes:
  • The A303 takes you through a beautiful landscape, past historic Stonehenge.