Venue Hire

Arundells offers a unique venue for corporate and private events.

 Are you looking for a special venue for a family dinner party, private business meeting, a drinks reception or a musical recital? Then look no further, Arundells offers a unique venue for corporate and private events with a whole host of possibilities available to you.

Please telephone us on 01722 331440 or email for further information and to discuss your requirements in more detail. We will do all we can to help to make your event at Arundells as enjoyable and successful as possible.

Sadly Arundells is not permitted to host weddings or wedding receptions.

For more information and rough pricing, please download our venue hire PDF.


The beautiful garden stretches down to the confluence of the Rivers Avon and Nadder, with amazing views back towards the spire of Salisbury Cathedral. Surely one of the most stunning locations in Salisbury and the perfect spot to entertain clients and friends.

Private parties, music recitals, summer evening drinks receptions, informal lunches, afternoon teas or more formal dining within a marquee.


A truly unique dining experience for up to 10 people.

Savour the ambience of Sir Edward’s Dining Room, with its burr elm table, fine paintings by John Piper and ceramics from Europe and the Far East.

We can recommend caterers for you and we have crockery and glasses available to rent in house to help remove the stress of organising. 


This newly extended space has a hanging and lighting rig, accessible loo and small kitchen, making it a truly versatile space.

This space is a great blank canvas- suitable for meetings, exhibitions, lectures, workshops, yoga, wine tasting…. the list goes on.

The room has a projector and screen, plenty of plug sockets and Wifi. Catering and AV equipment easily arranged.



Also called the music room and home to Sir Edward Heath’s beloved Steinway piano.

 This room can seat up to 30 people, perfect for intimate concerts, recitals or seminars.

A small drinks reception can be held in the entrance hall or exhibition room before or after your event if you would like more space to move around.



The house was originally a medieval canonry, with the first recorded occupant being Henry of Blunston, Archdeacon of Dorset, who lived here from 1291 until his death in 1316.


The peaceful garden extends to around two acres in total, with lawns, mature trees, shrubbery and borders and includes sculpture by G E Wade and the bow of Morning Cloud III.


Arundells Collection includes works by well known artists, ceramics, gifts from world leaders, hand painted Chinese wallpaper and Morning Cloud scale model yachts.


Arundells events include talks, music concerts and recitals, seasonal outdoor theatre, children's events and Christmas events.

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