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The Tithe Barn, Old Ditcham Farm, Ditcham Nr. Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 5RQ ~ Tel: 01730 825 562 ~ Fax: 01730 826 609 ~ VIEW THE MAP

Here are a few of our frequently asked questions. If something is not covered here please give us a call on 01730 825 562 or send us an email.

Yes! We have lots of wedding parties from Portsmouth who love the glorious countryside on their doorstep and from Southampton. Couples from London choose us because we have a unique wedding venue in Hampshire that’s also right on the edge of West Sussex. The Hindhead Tunnel on the A3 speeds journeys and we have lots of groups from Guildford and Reading too.

There is plenty of space at the Tithe Barn for guests to park, as well as a courtyard for caterers’ vans. There are lined bays for 80 cars and the car park is signposted and lit in the evenings.

We have ample loos, all stocked and checked throughout the day.

If you want a pay bar, please choose from our list of suppliers for licensing reasons. You may find it easiest to ask your caterers to provide the bar if they are licensed.

Yes, we have a bride’s room with a sofa and mirrors.

We provide tables and we can organise the hire of chairs for you through our local chair hire company.

The Tithe Barn is licensed until 11.30pm on Fridays and Saturdays, and 11pm on other days. You have an hour to say your goodbyes.

There is an excellent choice of accommodation for wedding guests in the Petersfield, Buriton and Harting areas to suit all budgets, from cosy B&Bs to spa hotels.

We have a list of local companies who know the Tithe Barn well. Click here for our suppliers.

Yes, please click here to read more about ceremonies.

People often like to bring dogs and at the Tithe Barn we have a good outdoor space. Dogs are more than welcome as long as any parcels are cleaned up properly.

Yes! There are lovely backdrops for your photographs, from the South Downs to our sweet duck pond with ducklings in spring, a picturesque pergola, a pretty country path and a blaze of autumnal red leaves.