Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire

Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire

Christmas Parties, Summer Parties, Team Building, Conferences, Meeting Rooms, Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire, Exclusive Venue Hire, Venue Hire London

Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire

Christmas Parties, Summer Parties, Team Building, Conferences, Meeting Rooms, Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire, Exclusive Venue Hire, Venue Hire London

Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire

Christmas Parties, Summer Parties, Team Building, Conferences, Meeting Rooms, Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire, Exclusive Venue Hire, Venue Hire London

Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire0

Christmas Parties, Summer Parties, Team Building, Conferences, Meeting Rooms, Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire, Exclusive Venue Hire, Venue Hire London

Pitzhanger Manor Venue Hire

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Address:
PITZHANGER MANOR & GALLERY Mattock Lane, London W5 5EQ
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Pitzhanger Manor was the country home of Sir John Soane, one of the most influential architects in British history. Step inside your historic Grade 1 listed manor house to start a day like no other.
Choose from our open air Grecian colonnade, historic Georgian Eating Room, show-stopping Upper Drawing Room or elegant Conservatory for your wedding celebrations. Explore the house and gardens for those all-important photos, before settling in for the night in one of our stylish dining rooms or moving over to our Soane’s Kitchen Restaurant for a party until late.

CAPACITY
200 SEATED
250 RECEPTION

Following a major three-year conservation project, Pitzhanger reopened in March 2019. Based adjacent to Walpole Park in Ealing, the Manor offers the feel of a country-side escape in central London, a short 8 minute walk from Ealing Broadway Underground station.

PERFECT FOR
Award Ceremony
Conference
Dinner
Filming
Product Launch
Wedding
Drinks Reception
Private Party
Exhibition
Summer Party

Packages

Upper Drawing Room
Decorated with hand-painted Chinese wallpaper, the outside is brought inside in this spectacular room.
Space: 65m²
Maximum capacity: Seated and standing 44 due to weight restrictions

Georgian Eating Room
Situated in the George Dance wing of the Manor, the Wedgwood-style geometric ceiling and airy proportions make this the perfect summer wedding space, with a door out to the landscaped Manor forecourt.
Space: 65m²
Maximum capacity: Standing 80, seated for ceremony or theatre-style 90, seated with round tables 50, seated with long tables 48

Soane Suite and Conservatory
This unique set of rooms perfectly encapsulate Sir John Soane’s idiosyncratic style: the Breakfast Room, Library, Small Drawing Room and a conservatory overlooking the stunning grounds of Walpole Park.
Space: 150m² (Four inter-connecting rooms)
Maximum capacity: Standing 80, seated for ceremony or theatre-style 42, seated with long tables 32

Colonnade
A truly one-of-a-kind outside setting for an intimate ceremony or drinks reception, with a covered stone walkway and a private entrance.
Space: 65m² (covered courtyard with grass banks either side)
Maximum capacity: Standing 25, seated for ceremony 25

Soane’s Kitchen
Our contemporary restaurant space, situated in Soane’s walled kitchen garden, is perfect for larger dinners, ceremonies and after-dinner dancing, with large doors stretching out into the wisteria-covered gardens.
Space: 150m²
Maximum capacity: 80 seated, 120 standing

Pitzhanger Gallery
Housed in what was Ealing’s lending library in 1939, the Gallery space is spacious and light – dance the night away under the Art Deco rooflights.
Space: 343m²
Maximum capacity: Seated for dinner 200, standing 250

Further information

We have a little bit of everything at Pitzhanger Manor and we’re excited to help you plan your event, be that a private dinner, a talk or conference, a large summer party or a drinks reception for your clients.
Within the Regency landscape of Walpole Park in Ealing, the Manor offers the feel of a countryside escape in central London, a short 8 minute walk from Ealing Broadway Underground station. We even have spaces you can completely transform into whatever you want, contrasting the historic splendour of the Grade 1 listed house with something more contemporary or imaginative.