we're covid-secure & we're open for hire

We are busy accepting bookings. Hire Antrobus House for : small weddings (up to 15 guests), meetings, classes, small clubs/groups. We are also accepting bookings for larger weddings and parties in 2021/2022 and beyond. Get in touch with us today to find out more.

ANTROBUS HOUSE - RESPONSE TO CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)

We are open! Whilst parties and larger weddings are still not permitted, smaller events for up to 20 individuals can take place in either of our two large halls, whilst maintaining social distancing.  If you run a club/group or would like to hire either of our spacious halls for a small meeting, please register your interest via the links below.  We are busy accommodating individuals or groups who usually meet in a smaller venue, but now require a bigger space, or perhaps the venue you usually use is closed.  If you feel that we could be of help, please get in touch - we would love to hear from you.

a stunning grade ii listed period property situated in the heart of amesbury, wiltshire & available to hire

Administered by the Lady Antrobus Trust - a registered charity - Antrobus House is a beautiful Grade II Listed property, built in the Queen Anne style, opened in 1925 and located in Amesbury, Wiltshire.  Close to Stonehenge and ideally situated between Salisbury and Andover, Antrobus House reopened in 2019 after extensive refurbishment.  The House is now under new management and available to hire.  Regularly used by fellow charitable and non-profit organisations, Antrobus House also hosts a variety of private events, including weddings, parties, meetings and conferences.

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exclusive WEDDINGS

Grade II Listed, Quintessentially English and Exclusively Yours, Antrobus House is the perfect place to celebrate with all your loved ones and provides the best backdrop for your big day!

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PRIVATE PARTIES

Special birthday coming up? An anniversary, engagement, Christening or baby shower? Antrobus House is the perfect place to party with all your family and friends!

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CORPORATE EVENTS

Whether it's a meeting, conference, exhibition, away day, presentation or product launch, Antrobus House is a charming and unique choice of venue for your corporate event.

Antrobus House is now an approved licensed wedding venue. From January 2020 we are "legally yours" and couples can now have their ceremonies and receptions all in one place, all under one roof!

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health & wellbeing

Antrobus House hosts a range of fitness classes, and is also perfect for staging health and wellbeing workshops, events and retreats.

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charities & fundraising

As a registered Charitable Trust itself, Antrobus House is regularly used by other charities, for fundraising events and social get-togethers.

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christmas parties

Get together with family, friends and work colleagues and get set for the best Christmas Party experience, here at Antrobus House.

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clubs & groups

There are a number of non-profit clubs and groups that meet regularly here at Antrobus House. Why not bring your club or group to us!

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celebrations of life

Antrobus House is a truly special place - a "home from home". Celebrate and remember the life of your loved one in peace, tranquility and privacy.

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museum

Antrobus House has a collection of pictures, portraits, paintings and other artefacts linked to the Antrobus Family and history of Amesbury.

the history of antrobus house

Antrobus House was opened in 1925.  It is a beautiful memorial to Lieutenant Edmund Antrobus, the only son of Lady Florence Antrobus, who was killed in battle at Ypres, during WWI, aged 27.  Upon her own death, Lady Florence left sufficent funds for and requested in her will, that the House be built. It was her express wish that the House should benefit the Amesbury community and become a place for learning and socialising.  To this day, the House is used as it was originally intended and its day to day business is administered by the Lady Antrobus Trust.