Syon House

Syon House is a beautiful, historic landmark that dates back to the 1500s. It’s also one of London’s last great houses and you’ll be able to discover this on your visit! Now, it is a Grade I listed family residence and private estate, a quaint home to the Duke of Northumberland. In addition, the gardens at the Syon House are breathtaking, with rare trees and plants that are all around breathtaking to look at.

Also, there are several venues that you could choose from. All of which are suited for an intimate gathering or a grandiose one. Noted for its grandeur, Syon House offers the formal and majestic Great Hall for 120 guests. Along with the State Dining Room for 50 guests, to host your civil marriage ceremony. Post-ceremony drinks are best enjoyed in one of London’s private Inner Courtyard gardens with parterres of white and cream scented flowers. There’s also the Great Conservatory, a beautiful space that could be used for any occasion from entertainment to grand receptions. Surrounded by palm and exotic flowers, this stunning pre-Crystal Palace can host hundreds of guests. With candles on tables and along the pathways, this is surely a place out of a fairytale!

On one hand, the Walled Garden Marquee is another main event space and has been used by some of London’s most prominent figures to celebrate their special moments in life! You’ll be able to host your next party here too. Whether you’re looking at 200 guests or more. Going by its name, it is a dainty and discreet bespoke structure set in a private walled garden. Indeed, the stunning Syon House is a perfect place for celebrations. Not only does it offer elegance and romance, but it also showcases a full wedding license for your matrimony!


Styles

Ballrooms, Banquet Hall/Restaurant, Historic/Landmark Building, Mansion, Outdoor, Park/Garden

Guest Capacity

500

Services

Indoor Ceremony, Indoor Reception, Outdoor Ceremony


Contact Info

Syon Park, Brent Lea, Brentford TW8 8JF, UK

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