Why not host your wedding in this beautiful townhouse set in the heart of Marylebone. 41 Portland Place is available for exclusive hire for wedding receptions on Saturday's and Sunday's. The Reception Rom and Terrace provide an ideal location for reception drinks and the Council Chamber provides an elegant backdrop for private dining for up to 73 guests. Two bridal suites are also available within the venue. Wedding reception packages are available from £150 per person. Dry hire is available with a kitchen buy out fee of £2,500 + VAT and a dry hire damages deposit is required.
The picturesque Garden was designed by Lutyens and is home today to an abundance of physic plants. It's a tranquil and charming setting that is a perfect location for a wedding reception. The lovely mixture of flowers, shrubs and plants make for a beautiful backdrop for photographs. The Garden can host up to 90 guests for a standing barbecue or buffet.
With it's stunning terrace and glass roof over the western courtyard, Devonshire Terrace is an all-weather and picturesque setting for Wedding ceremonies and receptions. Wedding pricing is broken down into a hire fee, a minimum spend and a ceremony fee. To find out more click inquire with us here.
The space is large enough to hold weddings of any size and there is private vehicle access for Marquees and other equipment to be brought into the venue. The Italian Garden is an outdoor, secluded space in the park, it needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the beauty of the gardens, it's quite unique. As the park has a hotel on site, accommodation and catering can be booked.
Venture up into a rooftop tropical forest of unique plant life for a beautiful and memorable time. The Conservatory at the Barbican is one of the most unusual, unique, and memorable venues in London for weddings. The space is a tropical utopia. Find love under the beautiful glass roof, and get married among 2000 species of tropical plants and above 100's of species of tropical fish. Embrace this lovely oasis hidden away inside the city of London. The Conservatory is licensed to host wedding and civil partnership ceremonies.
A beautiful outside space for your wedding! You are transported to the island on one of two private, passenger launches assigned to each event with eighteen seats on each. Disembarking, you will then arrive at our grand steps. You will then move into the main building reception which is the ideal place for you to greet your guests before any ceremonies or receptions begin. This amazing space is stylishly decorated with bi-fold doors that open up onto the riverside terrace, giving a fantastic view of the Thames river to your guests; perfect for coffee and tea receptions or a break out room.
Wetland Living is a lovely, unique room for small gatherings and wedding receptions. It is a fisherman's hut replica in the middle of the reserve. Sited amongst the sustainable gardens and adjacent to our herb garden, this is a great place to hold a ceremony for up to 42 guests or a standing drinks/reception for up to 60 guests. The space is also fully licensed for wedding and civil partnerships.
One of London's last remaining Livery Halls, Stationers' Hall was completed in 1673. The Hall comprises a suite of four characterful, interlinking rooms, along with a Garden, that combine to make the perfect events and conference venue. The Livery Hall is the largest space and has opulent stained glass windows which give an impressive ambience. The Court Room is fabulously elegant and ideal for breakout sessions. The Stock Room joins the two larger spaces and is often used for dancing or drinks. The secluded Garden with its' huge plane tree is an ideal location for a summer event.
The Montague Suite is an excellent choice for receptions, lunches and dinners for all corporate or private events. The facilities are approaching perfection and look out to the private, landscaped gardens. A variety of layouts can be catered for.
The Harris Garden is a charming rose garden laid out on the former site of a lawn tennis court near the entrance to the Pavilion. Constructed in 1934 in memory of the renowned cricketer and politician, Lord Harris, it is a tranquil oasis in the heart of London, and forms a lovely alfresco venue for receptions and summer barbeques.