The various gardens create ‘rooms’ so there is a lot of scope to create quite an atmosphere for guests to move around. Alternatively they can have a stretch marquee over the 17th century walled Dutch garden, which is large enough to accommodate a seated reception and dance floor. There is no catering at Hatch House so everything has to be brought in but this means the event is much more personal as Hatch House doesn’t sell ‘packages’.
It’s a very private place so anyone using Hatch as their venue really does feel at home and can have full access to the grounds. It’s very personal making it a very special venue. There is an avenue of lime trees with ornate gates at the entrance, originally the drive to Hatch House and to nearby Pythouse. It’s a stunning shaded drive in the summer and it also means the couple could do something a little unexpected by arriving in a Land Rover, horse and cart, tractor or other vehicle and make quite an entrance followed by their guests. The Lime Avenue is a great way to start the party at Hatch, especially arriving from the church; everyone is in high spirits already.
Hatch provides the backdrop to the wedding with its mix of beautiful historic house and formal gardens. The gardens create a lot of flexibility and allow a couple to tailor the venue to create their perfect wedding and suit their individual style, whether that is relaxed or informal.
Photography: Jake Eastham
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