General Jacocks House is a mansion wedding venue located in Hertford, North Carolina. This 19th-century plantation-style house was rebuilt in the greek revival architectural style and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This venue offers relaxing Southern hospitality and aim to make your wedding day a thoroughly enjoyable event. The staff are keen to ensure that your personal needs are catered to on your special day.
Facilities and Capacity
General Jacocks House offers seven event spaces for weddings. They can accommodate indoor, covered outdoor, or uncovered outdoor weddings. The Greek Revival elements of prior owners of the house can be seen in the mitered corner blocks, stylish mantels, and a stair with wave. Starting site fees includes use of get-ready room, chairs, tables, linens, and parking on the street and in the parking lot. Event items offered for rental include barware, china, flatware, glassware, and linens. Valeting service for guests is also available. Peak season is from May to September.
General Jacocks House is available to host several types of wedding event. These include engagement parties, elopements, bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies, and receptions. Event services offered by the staff include event planning and outside vendor referrals. Accommodation for guests, get-ready rooms for you, and WiFi are all available in this pet-friendly venue.
The first section of the Jacocks House dates back to 1815, a house built for Joshua S. Whedbee. The second house, the one largely standing today, stems from an expansion by Jonathan Hills Jacocks in 1838, and features several Greek Revival elements. The house facade was further altered, most likely in 1847-1848, to include a stylish two-story portico. Since 1998, General Jacocks House has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places for social and architectural importance.
General Jacocks House is located in the vicinity of New Hope township in New Perquimans County, North Carolina. It is a 19-minute drive from Hertford and a 13-minute drive from Woodville.