Two Temple Place

Nestled in the centre of London overlooking the Thames, its fantastic location and opulent interiors make it the perfect venue for a central London wedding. Combining the grandeur of a London mansion with the intimacy of a private home, exclusive hire of the house enables couples to create a truly unique experience for their special day.

Together, the Reading Room and Common Room are a truly special venue for up to 200 guests. Refined palette of delicate blue, gold and cream and a high glass ceiling in the Reading Room will leave guests entranced. Grand and spacious, yet warm and inviting, the magnificent Common Room features graceful marble pillars that draw the eye to Conrad Dressler’s celebrated Persian frieze depicting divine justice. 17th century stained glass windows, mahogany panelling and a peacock-tiled fireplace make this room a unique and beautiful wedding backdrop. The space is easily turned around to provide for a ceremony, a meal and an evening reception.

For a more intimate wedding, fall in love with the Old Council Chamber and the Strand, Fleet and Bell Suite. These beautiful rooms are wonderful for a warm and romantic celebration; they provide an elegant backdrop for your special day.

Not forgetting the food, our passionate chefs always exceed expectations, creating the most visually stunning multi-cultural dishes. A bespoke approach ensures your dining experience is tailored to your every wish.

Completed in 1895 for William Waldorf Astor, Two Temple Place is one of London’s finest hidden architectural gems.

Capacity:
Medium (25 - 50 guests)
Fanfare (100+ guests)
Type
Listed Building
Style
Traditional
This venue hosts ceremonies and receptions.