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Strawberry Hill House

Strawberry Hill House
Strawberry Hill House
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Strawberry Hill House is the perfect location for weddings and celebrations in South West London: "London Romantic Wedding Venue of the Year" in 2016. An 18th century gothic castle once home to Horace Walpole, the house boasts beautifully landscaped gardens, a grand Gallery and many smaller, more intimate spaces.
Strawberry Hill House is available for exclusive hire for you and your guests with the undivided attention of our experienced team.
We don't believe in a "one size fits all" approach to weddings, each and every element is designed specifically to suit you for a day that fulfils your personal requirements.
For those looking to marry with us, we have a licence for civil ceremonies and partnerships for up to 100 guests in the grand Gallery, a spacious and naturally lit room with vaulted ceilings, golden canopies and crimson damask. The rest of the state apartments and expansive lawns offer ample opportunities to capture photographs and moments to remember.
Following your ceremony, enjoy a drinks reception on the lawn or in the Great Parlour overlooking the gardens whilst we prepare the Gallery for your wedding breakfast. Continue to enjoy the House for drinks, dancing and merriment throughout the night.
A tailored menu is prepared for each and every couple using the finest, fresh and local ingredients. Let us wow you with our seasonal menus and work with you to create your own, all cooked by our incredible Michelin trained head chef!
Please don't hesitate to contact us to meet with a member of our wedding planning team at Bovingdons. Call 0208 874 8032 to speak with Rebecca or Chloe!

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