Hatch House


Hatch House, Tisbury, Salisbury, Wltshire SP3 6PA

Hatch House is the private home of Sir Henry and Lady Rumbold. It is suitable for smart country weddings and special events (the house welcomes the Covent Garden Ballet every summer, and often hosts other arts events, particularly musical).

There is no overnight-accommodation at the house itself, although there are plenty of local B&B’s and small hotels nearby.

Guests are invited to use three of the reception rooms, or to use a marquee set within the beautiful gardens.

The gardens themselves contain something very special: the walled Dutch garden. It dates from the 17th century, and is set on two tiers, suggestive of an amphitheater. The Dutch garden and surrounding lawns create a series of outdoor rooms, each set against the ravishing backdrop of the house or the Vale of Wardour.

Although the garden is on different levels,


See below availability for this property

Catering Available
Dance Floor
Licenced Venue
Marquee Available
Self Catering

House Facts

Hatch House was built in the early 17th Century by Lawrence Hyde. His third son Edward Hyde was created Earl of Clarendon and Lord Chancellor in 1660 by Charles II. His daughter Ann married James Duke of York, later James II. Their two daughters Mary and Anne became successively Queens of England and Scotland after James II was overthrown.



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