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Two Temple Place

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A beautiful late Victorian mansion built by William Waldorf Astor, the house combines the grandeur of a London mansion with the intimacy of a private home.
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Venue Type
Country House
Manor House
Dining Capacity
Reception Capacity


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Ceremony & Reception

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Full Description
Two Temple Place is a unique venue filled with beautiful and individual features; romantic stained glass windows, gilded statues tucked under vaulted mahogany ceilings and grumpy cherubs make the house one of the most intimate venues in central London. All hire of the house is on an exclusive use basis, so you can make all our elegant spaces feel truly your own. Above all, Two Temple Place is a stunning ‘blank canvas’ for you to host the London wedding that you have always dreamed of. The largest space, the stunning Great Hall, is a striking room that extends the whole length of the house with river-front views of the Thames from every window. The Great Hall can host up to 150 guests for a wedding ceremony or 120 guests for a wedding breakfast. Magnificent pencil-cedar panelled walls, stained glass scenes at each end of the room and a fireplace guarded by 2ft wood-nymphs create a luxurious and romantic setting for any wedding. The room is fully licensed for wedding ceremonies and can be transformed into a beautiful space for your wedding breakfast and speeches while your guests are enjoying drinks and canapés downstairs in the Lower Gallery. The satinwood-panelled Library is adjacent to The Great Hall and can be accessed via a secret concealed door in the panelling. Designed for William Astor as a wholly private retreat, the exceptionally delicate, low relief carving and recently revealed mahogany floor ensure the room retains the atmosphere of an inner sanctum. The Library is the perfect space for a hidden after dinner bar or a truly intimate wedding breakfast for up to 30 guests. On the ground floor is the Lower Gallery which can accommodate up to 150 guests for standing receptions. A light airy wood-panelled room that works perfectly for after-ceremony drinks and canapés, it is a beautiful space for guests to mingle while The Great Hall is reset for dinner and can then be turned seamlessly into the location for the first dance and disco.
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London, Greater London, England

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The nearest tube is Temple, which is less than two minutes walk from the venue on the District and Circle Line. The nearest train stations are Blackfriars (610m), Waterloo (895m) and Charing Cross (920m).
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Downtown Abbey as the venue for the wedding of Lady Rose and Atticus Aldridge
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