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The Venue

Hampton Court House is a stunning Georgian mansion set within nine acres of enchanting 18th century gardens including follies and the famous, listed shell grotto.

With its unique architectural features, glamorous rooms and overlooking one of London’s most exquisite Royal Parks the views will take your breath away, hardly changed from when J.M.W. Turner immortalised this corner of the Thames in paint.

Enjoy the benefit of having complete exclusivity in this privately owned venue.

Capacity

Hampton Court House is the ideal venue for all sizes of event, with rooms suitable for small, intimate dinners; large, lavish parties; or corporate events of any scale. We also hold a licence for civil ceremonies for up to 150 people. The grounds can accommodate large marquees for over 500 people.

The dining room can seat 150 people and the conservatory can seat up to 80 people. Also there is our enchanting shell grotto, perfect for intimate, romantic dinners for 2 to 10 people.

Location

Hampton Court House is a stone's throw away from Hampton Court Palace and 40 minutes from the centre of London. The house is easily accessible by train, boat, car or plane. Discover the magic of the house and the gardens in person with a personal tour before booking your event.

Prices and Availability

Hire prices range from £3,000 to £15,000 depending on numbers, and date of the event. Hire fee includes tables and chairs for dining for up to 150 guests, free car parking for up to 40 cars in the main car park. The hire includes exclusive use of the house and access is from 8am to midnight. VAT is not charged on the hire fee and we do not charge corkage.

We would prefer that you use one of our recommended caterers but should you wish to bring in your own caterer, with our prior agreement, there is an additional charge of £2000 for the use of our kitchen facilities.

A Grotto this, by Mortal Hand! O no – we tread in fairy Land, 'Tis raised by Mab's enchanted Wand, So rare, so elegant, so bright, It dazzles, while it charms the sight

Upon a certain Grotto near Hampton, David Garrick (1769)