Hatfield House Visitor Attraction
Hatfield House Hospitality is delighted to offer superb meetings and events facilities for event organisers and happy couples. Hatfield House is also one of Hertfordshire’s most popular visitor destinations. Please click here to visit the main Hatfield House website.
The veteran oaks of Hatfield Park have seen mediaeval monarchs and bishops hunting and conspiring since well before Tudor times. Despite this, it is the Tudor monarchy that is Hatfield’s presiding spirit, in particular its greatest ornament, Queen Elizabeth I. Whilst only a quarter of Cardinal Morton’s Palace (known today as the Old Palace) remains, it is still regarded as one of England’s most remarkable buildings with its early Tudor brickwork and magnificent oak roof.
The combination of seamless additions that Hatfield House creates really lends an irreplaceable air to Hatfield Park, Hatfield House and the entire estate. The offerings of the estate caters for an exceptionally broad spectrum of guests of all ages and different interests. Aside from the magnificent main house (Hatfield House) you can also enjoy the beautiful manicured gardens including the private gardens of Lord and Lady Salisbury, an extensive rural park, a renovated Stable Yard populated by individual and privately run shops, the forever popular and breathtakingly designed Coach House Restaurant, a recently created rare breeds farm with a children’s adventure playground featuring a miniature replica of Hatfield House as a centrepiece.
Hatfield House Estate is open from Easter to the end of September with the house being open on a Wednesday to Sunday and also bank holiday Mondays throughout the season. The park is open from Easter Weekend to the end of September on a Tuesday to Sunday and also Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the season. The Stable Yard is open all year round, only closed on a Monday aside from Bank Holidays and closed during Christmas and the month of January.
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