Grove House, London
Only recently available for hire, Grove House is a real find. This grand house has a versatile suite of rooms, including the portrait room which can seat 150 for dinner or 200 guests for a drinks reception and the garden room which overlooks the majestic grounds, complete with a large waterlily pond and planted walkways.
Grove House is a stunning Grade II listed Georgian house, set in 4 acres of landscaped grounds. This flexible venue is able to accommodate conferences, wedding receptions, product launches, exhibitions, fashion shows and marquees – the possibilities are endless!
Roehampton Great House originally stood on this site, built in 1625 for the Lord High Treasurer of England, under Charles I. Some of the foundations are still visible in the cellar of Grove House. The present house was built by James Wyatt in 1792 for Sir Joshua Vanneck.
Its location in Roehampton makes it a perfect balance of accessibility for London, whilst retaining a country feel.