Home of Sir Edward Seymour, Lord Protector of the Realm and Brother of Jane Seymour, 3rd Queen of Henry VIII, and Uncle to King Edward VI, was given the land surrounding the House in recognition of his services to the Tudor monarchy as soldier, diplomat and Brother-in-law, in 1537. The House itself, however, was not built until around 1680.
Set in lovely informal grounds with views over rolling Wiltshire countryside, the house is available to rent as your exclusive use venue complete with bedrooms (doubles, twins and family suites) to sleep up to 25 people.
Also ideal for a weekend house party, corporate entertaining or for a country house holiday within easy reach of Bath and Salisbury. For parties up to 60 guests it is possible to eat in our panelled dining room, for larger numbers we can site a marquee on our lawns very close to or indeed attached to the house.
It's a great place for company directors to entertain clients, use as a shoot lodge or to simply get away from it all and think. The house is an excellent venue for residential training courses.
It also makes a wonderful location for filming and photography and has great acoustics for making music.
The period features include, panelled walls, polished oak floor, extraordinary fireplaces, French Doors, an old terrace and huge shuttered windows.
Tel: +44 (0)1985 844052
Fax: +44 (0)1985 844747