Marble Hill House

West London

Civil Licence
Exclusive Use
Small weddings
Car Parking
40 capacity

The feel

Set in beautiful wooded parkland on the banks of the River Thames, Marble Hill House was built between 1724 and 1729 and home to Henrietta Howard, the Countess of Suffolk. As one of the most fashionable and elegant mansions of the day, many artists, poets, authors and politicians gathered at this peaceful retreat to escape their busy London lives.

Exclusively yours, you can hold you ceremony and a drinks reception within the two exquisite rooms and even arrive in style from the River Thames just at the bottom of the lush, green parkland.

Reached by the climbing the sweeping staircase, The Great Room is the perfect backdrop to your ceremony. This lavishly decorated room, with its high ceilings and wooden floors, is home to five masterpieces by Giovanni Paolo Pannini, and is beautifully complemented by the rich red chairs you and your guests can sit on.

Your guests can enjoy a celebratory drink and toast to your future in the Tetrastyle Hall. Once the elegant entrance to the house, this light and airy room leads directly onto the grounds where you and your guests can enjoy lovely summer afternoons in the picturesque landscape.


Venue type: Asian, Attraction, Garden, Historic, LGBTQ+, Museum, Unusual
Ceremony capacity: 40
Civil Licence: Yes
Church Nearby: No
Exclusive Use: Yes
Accommodation: No
Small weddings: Yes
Car Parking: Yes


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Marble Hill House
Richmond Road
west london

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0844 824 3159

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