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Banqueting House

Specially created for entertaining in 1622, the Banqueting House still dazzles today. Designed by Inigo Jones for James I in the Palladian style, it is one of England's earliest Classical buildings. Your guests will walk in the footsteps of royalty as they enjoy their event under the magnificent ceiling painted by Sir Peter Paul Rubens. With its glittering chandeliers and soaring pillars, it is an ideal setting for dinners, receptions and award ceremonies. Underneath the Main Hall is the atmospheric vaulted Undercroft suitable for more intimate dinners, parties and receptions.

Spaces at Banqueting House

  • 380 - 500m2 (4090 - 5382ft2)
  • 120 - 500 people
  • Ddisabled access

Main Hall

The Main Hall at Banqueting House with it's majestic double height ceilings, can hold a drinks reception of 500 or seat 320 for a dinner dance. The Main Hall is entered through a separate entrance hall and grand staircase making it the perfect wedding reception venue. From the original ceiling paintings by Peter Paul Ruben to the Ionic Grecian pillars, the facets of the hall come together to make the space bright, airy and beautifully ceremonious.

  • 500m2 (5382ft2)
  • 320 - 500 people

The double height ceilings in the Main Hall mean for fantastic acoustics, in this grandiose, light and airy space. The space has a reception capacity of 500. A stunning venue to host an extra special evening. The Grecian pillars and fantastic ceiling painting are an excellent framework for fundraisers and charity balls, concerts and award ceremonies, fashion shows to drinks receptions and all manner of extra special celebrations.

  • 500m2 (5382ft2)
  • 320 - 500 people

Able to seat 380 comfortably to dine, this hall was originally built in 1622 to be a entertaining and dining space for King James I. Seating can be arranged into intimate round tables of up to 10, or arranged into up to 3 spectacular long tables spanning the length of the hall. The original ceiling paintings commissioned by King Charles I are a magnificent sight and certainly do not lack for a talking point!

  • 500m2 (5382ft2)
  • 320 - 500 people

Undercroft

Able to hold 380 for reception or 120 to dine The Undercroft's vaulted ceilings create an intimate atmosphere even for a large party. The warm lighting and interesting alcoves of The Undercroft make it a rather romantic setting for a wedding reception.

  • 380m2 (4090ft2)
  • 120 - 380 people
  • D disabled access

Once enjoyed as a drinking den by King James I The Undercroft holds 380 for reception and 120 for dining. The vaulted ceilings create an intimate atmosphere in this impressive space for dinner parties and drinks receptions.

  • 380m2 (4090ft2)
  • 120 - 380 people
  • D disabled access

The Undercroft can seat 120 to dine, favoured by King Charles II it was seen as a space to get away from public life. The intimate atmosphere created by the vaulted ceilings is fitting for even a large dining party.

  • 380m2 (4090ft2)
  • 120 - 380 people
  • D disabled access

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