Two Temple Place
One of London’s finest architectural gems containing many hidden treasures, Two Temple Place is a stunning house built in 1895 for William Waldorf Astor as his London Estate office. Situated in the centre of London and overlooking the Thames, the house boasts the grandeur of a mansion in the intimate context of an opulent Victorian private residence. Standing majestically at the centre of the house is the grand oak and mahogany staircase adorned with literary and historical carvings, creating an ornamental centrepiece for events.
Two Temple Place is perfect for a large variety of events such as corporate dinners and receptions, charity events, product launches, private parties and weddings (all three main spaces are licensed for wedding ceremonies). The Lower Gallery, with its abundance of natural light and views of the river, is perfect for standing receptions and dancing for 150 guests. On the first floor Astor’s former private Library is small and charming and perfect for an intimate drinks reception. The Great Hall, with its majestic hammer beam ceiling and stunning stained glass windows provides an exquisite setting for any high profile dinner, seating up to 120 guests.