Linden House is a landmark wedding venue located in Hammersmith and Fulham in London, England. This four-storey riverside estate blends Old World charm with modern elegance, providing a unique backdrop for your special day. With flexible event spaces, dedicated staff, and picturesque views of the River Thames, here you and your loved ones can make lasting memories.
Facilities and Capacity
Linden House boasts a selection of event spaces that can be decorated to your desired style or theme. With large windows and idyllic views on its adjoining front terrace, The Ballroom can accommodate 60 to 80 guests. If you desire an intimate wedding breakfast with your closest friends and family, The Captain’s Room is available for 26 to 40 people. Inside The Commodore’s Room, you and up to 40 guests can celebrate surrounded by neutral decor and Old Master-style paintings. For more flexibility and capacity, each of these rooms can be booked in conjunction with one another. If you would prefer an outdoor wedding, the estate can even provide a marquee upon request. Outside, you and your nearest and dearest can celebrate in the courtyard while overlooking the flowing river.
From your first venue visit to the big day, the event staff at Linden House are on-hand to ensure a seamless and memorable wedding. Offering a list of reputable suppliers, the team can assist you with securing vendors such as florists, cake designers, and photographers. With comprehensive food and beverage packages, you and your guests can enjoy a mouth-watering wedding breakfast. The Plated Menu package features a three-course menu with seasonal ingredients and modern British dishes. For a casual buffet, you can receive a two-course buffet menu with hot and cold entrees, sides, and desserts. The Standing Menu offers a roaming selection of bowl food, with dishes that incorporate elements from farm, land, and sea.
While the exact date of this venue’s construction is unknown, the first record of Linden House dates back to 1795. After its use as a private residence throughout the 18th and 19th centuries, it became St. Katherine’s College for Girls. In 1913, the property was used as a sport and social club for J. Lyons & Co. Throughout World War II, it was used to support the war effort before eventually returning to its function as a clubhouse. Currently, the property is owned and operated by the London Corinthian Trust. In addition to hosting weddings, it is also a clubhouse for the London Corinthian Sailing Club and the Sons of the Thames Rowing Club.
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