At Hartley House we believe your event should be a reflection of you. We partner with industry leading professionals to offer bespoke packages that are completely tailored to your vision. Offering a variety of services, we are able to curate the perfect day for you.
Amanda Dukes, Bride
"All my life I've dreamed of what my wedding would be like and how perfect the day would be. Let me tell you. The Hartley House and Crystal Mustard exceeded my expectations and more for my wedding day. From the planning to the day of the wedding, every detail was covered and taken care of exceptionally."
"I couldn’t have chosen a better wedding venue than the Hartley House! Crystal was the absolute best to work with. She has an awesome vendor list to help narrow down the options when picking DJs, wedding day coordinators, florists, photographers, videographers, caterers, etc. We loved having our wedding here!!"
"Crystal made the process so much easier for us - and saved us money as well - and all of her partners did a fantastic job. We had over 130 guests who traveled from all over the world, and they all raved about everything: the venue, the organization, the food, the DJ, the decorations, etc. I gladly recommend Hartley House."
Hartley House (also known as the Bond-Bates-Hartley House) is one of the oldest homes in Lexington County. The history dates back to George Washington who was rumored to be a guest of John Pearson Bond during his political tour. The home once served as a a post office and stage coach stop prior to the founding of Batesburg. The Hartley family loved to entertain, and we believe they would be proud to see their beloved home restored for hosting private events and soirees.
Located in Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Greek Revival upcountry farmhouse was built c. 1790 by John Pearson Bond and remained a private residence of the Bond-Bates-Hartley families until 2015.
built c. 1790