• Hatfield House

  • Hatfield House

  • Hatfield House

An exquisite stately home

Hatfield House was built in 1611 by Robert Cecil, the First Earl of Salisbury. Elizabeth I lived in it as a child, and the house, park and gardens, still owned by Lord and Lady Salisbury, make up one of Britain's most popular stately homes visited by thousands every year.

Hatfield House is a perfect and unique venue to hold Weddings, conferences and banquets. Held in either the Old Palace, the Riding School for a more modern twist or in the Victorian kitchens in Hatfield House itself you will be sure to experience wonderful food and service provided by Levy Restaurants.

The recently refurbished Coach House Restaurant caters 11 months of the year for day visitors to the house, park, gardens and shopping area, it provides wonderful fresh bowl salads, sandwiches, hot food cooked in view of the customers from the chefs table, and of course a wonderful homemade bakery counter.

The Coach House won an international design award at the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards 2011/2012 for 'Best Café or Fast Food' as well as 'Best Leisure Interior' at the International Property Awards 2013. 

Where to find us

Hatfield House

Hatfield House

Hatfield House

T: 01707 262 055

W: www.hatfield-house.co.uk

About the chef

Barry Jarvis
Head Chef

Barry has been at Hatfield House for 15 years, and is extremely proud to now be a Levy Restaurant chef. Barry is responsible for producing and cooking the wonderful menus for our corporate functions and over sees our day visitor’s kitchen.