Hatfield House

Hatfield House was built in 1607 and is a fine Jacobean House and Garden in a spectacular countryside setting in Hertfordshire. The building steeped in English Royal History and has a wealth of features for film making.
Hatfield House is ideal for filming, being just 20 miles from central London and a few minutes from the A1/M25. It is the private home of the Marquess of Salisbury, a keen supporter of the film industry, and has a filming heritage.

The house has sumptuous period state rooms with Chandeliers, tapestries and furnishings. A book-lined library, an Armoury, fine staircases and fireplaces, Dining room, panelled long gallery, Chinese bedroom. Tudor banqueting hall with beamed ceiling.
Buildings on the estate include, Farm buildings, Period cottages and houses, Victorian estate offices and adjoining 12th century church.

The Extensive country estate with river frontage has within its grounds formal and wild gardens with mature trees, Knot garden and topiary; private roads and farm tracks, woodlands and farm areas with period cottages and houses.

Facilities For Film makers include:

  • Extensive hard standing for base units
  • 24-hour security
  • Private landing for helicopters
  • It is close to major film studios
  • There is a choice of luxury and mid-priced hotel accommodation nearby
  • A contemporary oak-beamed conference centre
  • Meeting and conference facilities
  • There is prestigious on-site catering
  • Unlimited parking.

Cherise Fairman, Media and Visitor Manager: Direct Tel: 01707 287093 | Mobile: 07769 534524 |
The House Office, Hatfield House, Hatfield, Hertfordshire AL9 5NQ |

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