Syon Park Conference and Events

Syon Park Venue Hire
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Syon Park Venue Hire
Syon Park Venue Hire TW8

Christmas Parties, Summer Parties, Team Building, Syon Park Venue Hire, Meeting Rooms, Exclusive Venue Hire, Syon Park Venue Hire

Syon Park Venue Hire
Syon Park Venue Hire TW8

Christmas Parties, Summer Parties, Team Building, Syon Park Venue Hire, Meeting Rooms, Exclusive Venue Hire, Syon Park Venue Hire

Syon Park Venue Hire TW8

Christmas Parties, Summer Parties, Team Building, Syon Park Venue Hire, Meeting Rooms, Exclusive Venue Hire, Syon Park Venue Hire

Syon Park Conference and Events

Park Rd, Brentford, Middlesex
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Type of events
Seated dinner600
Outside space800

Syon Park Venue Hire

One of the most beautiful country estates in the country – and the last privately owned one in London – Syon Park is the ideal location for corporate and private events, as well as weddings and civil ceremonies.

If you are looking a stunning location for an event or celebration, then look no further. Helicopters can be given permission to land on occasion too.

Throughout the centuries, Syon has hosted some lavish parties since the 9th Earl entertained King James 1 in 1603. A calm and beautiful rural idyll only twenty five minutes from Central London, there is a sense of anticipation and drama as guests enter the gates – the rich history of the Estate is almost palpable.

Syon Park remains one of the most fashionable and romantic settings for all manner of grand celebrations – and the desire to fashionably entertain guests on a lavish scale is just as relevant now, as it has been in the past. Few venues offer such a magical yet friendly setting to impress and welcome your guests.

Corporate Events & Entertaining » Dinners
The sequence of sumptuous State and Private Apartments within Syon House were designed for leisure, pleasure and entertaining. The principal Floor of Syon House is offered most usually on an exclusive basis, and guests are welcome to view and enjoy the rooms, as well as having the option to have formal or informal tours.

The rooms most suitable for dining inside the House are the State Dining Room, the Great Hall and Duke’s Private Dining Room.

The State Dining Room can host up to 50 guests on one long spectacular table, or around 80 people on round tables. The Great Hall can host up to 120 guests on round tables. Both Robert Adam rooms are decorated in cool pale tones – and linked by the brightly coloured and vivid Anteroom. Adam remarked that instead of being hung with damask tapestry and soft furnishing, his plan was for the rooms to be “finished with stucco, and adorned with statues and paintings that they may not retain the smell of victuals” – hence they are welcoming and formal.

The grand scale and splendour of the Great Hall resembles the Imperial Rome of a Hollywood epic with its splendid black and white marble flooring, echoing the ceiling pattern and decorative stucco work. It was based on a Roman Basilica. Its purpose, even to this day, is to give welcome to the Duke’s guests.

The pinky-white and gold State Dining Room features marbles statues representing the mythological gods and goddesses of food and wine.

The Duke’s Private Dining Room is a wonderful option for an intimate dinner party of between 20 and 30 guests around the antique mahogany table, and is offered with the neighbouring Green Drawing Room for after-dinner coffee and relaxing.

The Long Gallery is the most elegant room in which to hold pre-dinner drinks with its magnificent views of the tidal watermeadow too. The State Dining Room and Great Hall can also be used for drinks. If the weather is favourable, guests are welcome to use the Inner Courtyard garden compete with its parterre garden, central fountain and perfumed white and cream flowers, before or after dinner. After-dinner coffee is usually served at table, or for smaller groups within the Green Drawing Room with comfortable sofas, roaring fire and grand piano.

Dancing is not permitted inside Syon House – but we can recommend acoustic musicians or entertainers to enhance your evening.

The Great Conservatory is offered for summer evening dinners with dancing from April to mid-October each year. This unique historical glass building is set in the Pleasure Grounds – and works for parties with between 50 and 160 guests seated for dinner – or up to 200 for a standing drinks reception. Pre-dinner dinks are served on the formal lawns in front of the venue, with the Cactus House and arm areas being used in inclement weather. We are pleased to have hosted some excellent parties here: the venue is elegant, classic, and relaxed. Ask the team about using Syon House and the Great Conservatory together for a summer celebration too.

Contact us HERE to book your event.


Summer Party

There is no denying that Syon comes alive in the summer. The Great Conservatory is perfect for a summer party, and music and dancing are encouraged. Each season the venue is offered drinks receptions, parties, dinners and private events every evening from April to mid-October. The venue can host between 50 and 160 guests for dinner, or 200 for a standing buffet affair. It has a relaxed, and yet sophisticated atmosphere, and is adorned with palms, exotic trees and flowers.

The Gardens in front of the building are laid out in a series of formal paths and yew bushes, with fountain sporting a statue of winged Mercury. This area is exclusive to Great Conservatory clients. The rear of the building gives out onto the lakeside lawns with access to the main gardens too. Viewing is strongly recommended. The hire of the venue includes a choice of interior or exterior lighting (such as coloured gels or pathway lanterns) to enhance an already stunning venue.

For evening events in the Great Conservatory, a package of lighting is included in the venue hire fee.

It is also possible on some occasions to offer guests drinks within Syon House itself, before they adjourn either to the Great Conservatory for dinner and dancing – or indeed straight down the stately South Lawn staircases and pretty wrought iron gate into the drinks at the Walled Garden Marquee.

Walled Garden Marquee

For larger dinners with 200 to 600 guests (possibly requiring daytime access), clients are offered the Walled Garden Marquee. This inspirational structure is set in a private walled garden to one side of Syon House, surrounded by trees and with its own exclusive four acres of gardens. The purpose-built venue is designed with flexibility in mind, making it suitable for any event from a conference with barbecue, to a corporate dinner, an awards presentations or a family fun day. Available from May to September, it offers separate reception and dining rooms, as well as a high level of lighting and production, a dancefloor and production booth, a private garden with bar pagoda at decking set off the reception room – as well as complimentary parking for all guests

Further information

Parkland Events
From time to time for very special events, it is possible to hire the larger open green spaces – the Lime Avenue, The Helicopter Field (around 13,000 square metres), the Twenty Acre/Farmer’s field (approximately 100,000 square metres), the enclosed Wilderness or the South Lawn. Some of these areas have hard standing, good access to water and fibre-optic broadband – although none have power. These areas are suitable for grand balls, exhibitions/trade shows, conferences, fashion shows, teambuilding and other events – but not usually for weddings, concerts and the like.

We like well-managed, creative events – and we are definitely open to interesting ideas. Every event is considered on its own merits, and facility fees are calculated on an individual basis.

Syon offers a number of wide open green spaces for teambuilding activities – such as meadows, Helicopter Field. Twenty Acre field, South lawn or the Pleasure grounds. It is possible, using trusted Syon suppliers – or indeed to bring your own choice of company, to arrange for a range of fun activities to help you build your team, or perhaps offer some diversion from a meeting. Some are more traditional country pursuits – whilst other are more “contemporary” – and they can be more leisurely or can have a bit more of a competitive edge. For example, ideas for outdoor pursuits are:

Laser clay shooting Crossbow
Duck herding
Dog handling
Segway course