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BELL HOUSE

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Venue price From £300
Venue capacity 8 - 100 people

Spaces at BELL HOUSE


Bell House has been used for film shoots and still shoots. There is a variety of style of rooms and many have original features, particularly in the Georgian rooms. We also have extensive cellars. Most of the rooms are a 'blank canvas' uncluttered with furniture and we allow painting etc (subject to professional restoration). There is easy access for equipment and set build plus we have installed a 100amp electricity supply.


Bell House has been used for film shoots and still shoots. The Thomas Wright room has beautiful views over the rear and side gardens through large windows. It has a lovely parquet floor with intricate patterns and original gratings. Due to its original features (including shuttered windows) this room is ideal for still and catalogue shoots.


The Lutyens' room (named after Edward Lutyens who worked on Bell House) is a library style room with aspects to the side and front gardens. It has many original features including parquet flooring, window shutters and a beautiful fireplace. It is ideal for a small boardroom meeting or can be used in conjunction with the larger Thomas Wright room.


Bell House is set within 2 acres of private, formal gardens with many different areas eg a rose garden, a walled garden. Bell house has a large patio area overlooking the gardens. This would be perfect for a reception, Summer promotion or Exhibition.

About BELL HOUSE


BELL HOUSE is a beautiful Georgian Mansion built in 1767 for the Lord Mayor of London. It is set within 2 acres of gardens with a carriage driveway at the front. Many of the rooms have original features and lovely views over the formal gardens. BELL HOUSE is ideal for film shoots, still shoots, conferences (up to 30 people) and meetings (up to 50 people). Easy access, parking and catering (if required) make BELL HOUSE an ideal venue.