Hatch House, Tisbury, Wiltshire
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Nestled in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside and accessed through the large armorial gates sits this wedding venue, originally a 17th-century house transformed in the early 20th century by the celebrated architect Detmar Blow. The theatrical façade overlooking the picturesque gardens nods to the vibrant, eclectic interior that maintains the warmth and feel of a family home.
The highlight of these manicured grounds includes several garden rooms that provide a variety of spaces for weddings of most sizes along with a two-tier, 17th-century walled Dutch garden with panoramic vistas stretching across the Vale of Wardour. The lower lawn offers a romantic, private setting perfect for weddings.
Ceremonies take place in a choice of three areas licensed for weddings. The Pavilion situated in the heart of the walled garden has wisteria growing outside and its flanked by herbaceous borders and shrubs. The bridal party are able to walk from inside the house, up an aisle into the walled garden accessed via an ornate iron gate, and the gardens surrounding the pavilion can accommodate up to 200 guests. Alternatively, the dining room inside the house offers capacity for up to 45 loved ones and the front porch with doors leading out on to the garden is another option.Receptions take place in the gardens, mainly the walled garden, which has capacity for 200 guests and can either be in the open air or under canvas in a marquee. The croquet lawn can also accommodate a large marquee and kitchen tent, and there are smaller garden rooms available too.
We love...the unrivalled views that make this property so very special.
Contact: 01747 870 622 | hatch-house.co.uk
Hatch House, West Hatch, Tisbury, Wiltshire, SP3 6PA