Venue Details

Two Temple Place

Built to elaborate specifications by William Waldorf Astor, later first Viscount Astor, in 1895 as his residence and estate office on reclaimed land following completion of the Victoria Embankment in 1870, Two Temple Place has been acquired and preserved by the Bulldog Trust and offers a unique location in the heart of central London, overlooking the River Thames.
The Great Hall is an exclusive and prestigious room of considerable elegance and character which can be adapted to accommodate either the most lavish of events or an occasion requiring a more intimate or under-stated atmosphere.

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