Want an iconic venue to hire for your next corporate event? Welcome to Kenwood House.
In the 18th-century Kenwood was home to William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield, once England’s most powerful judge. As the Lord Chief Justice he had a long list of distinguished figures to entertain. The house he bought in 1754 was a relatively simple villa. The house it became was a grand design.
Views over the rolling hills of Hampstead Heath are still part of Kenwood’s charm today. Holding your wedding day here you’ll feel ensconced in greenery. With a ceremony in the Orangery, your guests can overlook the clipped lawns that stretch down towards two lakes. Or, from the Music Room, look out at the blaze of colour in the rhododendron garden.
Continue your celebrations with dinner in the Old Kitchen. Once humming with the work of the cook and kitchen maids, you can now dine surrounded by the old wooden dressers and the cast-iron open range. Or, if you want to be fully enfolded in the spectacular grounds, a marquee out in the flower garden creates a memorable setting.