Chiswick House London

Country House, London
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  • Meeting room max capacity: 185
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This exquisite gem, set within an oasis of beautiful landscaped grounds, is one of West London’s most sought-after locations for elegant occasions.

Designed by Lord Burlington in 1728, Chiswick House is one of the finest Palladian villas in the country. Inside, it boasts lavishly gilded rooms, elaborate ceilings, paintings and period furnishings.

In its heyday, the House acted both as a gallery for Lord Burlington’s fine art collection and as a glamorous party venue where he could entertain friends, family and high society.

With exclusive use, the lavishly gilded interiors today provide a stylish setting for civil wedding ceremonies and a sumptuous backdrop for corporate and private events.

Suite Name Capacity (people) Dimensions(m)
Theatre Classrm Boardrm Cabaret Banquet Ushape Rec. H W L A
Domed Salon 50 70 48 100  –  –  –
Few entrances are as grand. Two graceful stone staircases lead directly into the Domed Saloon which lies at the very heart of this wonderful house.
Blue Velvet Room 12 25
Once used by Lord Burlington as his study, the Blue Velvet Room with its stunning ceiling and 18th-century desk is a fitting location for bride and groom to sign the registrar’s book. For conferences this would make an ideal boardroom.
Red Velvet Room 24 24
From the Domed Saloon, guests may drift through elaborate framed doorways to the lavish surroundings of the Velvet Rooms. Resplendent in ruby and gold décor, the walls of the Red Velvet Room represent a triumph of the arts with valuable paintings from the 17th and 18th century. The room also boasts a large Venetian window with views towards the grounds.
Green Velvet Room 24 24
The walls of the Green Velvet Room show off the house’s fine collection of paintings, hung several deep in the style favoured during the 18th century. The Velvet Rooms can be used for small intimate dinners or combined with the Domed Saloon, so that larger dinners and stylish drinks receptions can be held whilst retaining an intimate atmosphere.
Octagonal Hall and Library 80
On the ground floor the Octagonal Hall, Library and adjoining rooms provide a perfect space for celebrating informally. The stone flagged rooms offer a blank canvas which can be transformed with lighting and themed decoration for truly individual events. Contemporary styling can create a great area for dancing and chilling-out after dinner.
Courtyard (marquee site) 185
The Courtyard lies directly adjacent to the House. This private and sheltered outdoor space is a lovely setting for summer drinks receptions before dinner within the House. Guests can stroll directly into the gardens or down to the lake. Stylish marquees can also be sited here, raising the overall capacity for dinners and dancing.
Clients hiring Chiswick House can enjoy the use of its formal Italianate gardens. The grounds are a mixture of ancient and modern styles, graced with classical busts, sphinxes and columns, shaded by the giant bowers of cedar trees. The mature trees, classical urns and sweeping wide lawns offer scenic locations for photographs. With additional lighting, the cool serenity of the gardens can be extended late into the evening.



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