“Own an island for a day!”
Temple Island is a stunning riverside venue, perfect for your special wedding day. The venue is located a mile and a half downstream from the charming market town of Henley on the River Thames.
You can approach the Island by boat, of which there is a variety of styles and sizes to suit you. Whatever you decide, the journey to your romantic waterside destination is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
The Temple can accommodate up to 40 guests for a formal wedding breakfast or candlelit dinner. If you choose to add the elegant marquee, you can have up to 120 guests for a fantastic celebration, flowing out onto the surrounding riverside lawns.
The excellent caterers at Temple Island have been chosen for their exceptional food and service and for their experience of operating on the Island. They will be on hand as your event manager to ensure that everything runs smoothly from start to finish – all you will have to do is relax and enjoy every moment of your big day!
For more information on planning your wedding, please contact Sarah McCreery or Edward Warner:
9 Reviews for Temple Island
Recommended by 100% of couples
Anna, Wedding 25th July 2015
I want to write to thank you for all of your help, support and advice with organising the recent party on Temple Island. Temple Island was simply the perfect and most delightful setting for the party and especially meaningful to the many rowers in attendance. In addition to this both Meridian Marquees and Elegant Cuisine were first class suppliers. In short, the party was truly amazing and will be long remembered by all - Temple Island is not only unique but also a very special venue.Sent on 29/09/2015
Farrah and Vikram 9th May 2014
I would like to say a big thank you for all your efforts leading up to our wedding at Temple Island. All our family had a fabulous time and were so impressed by the venue.Sent on 29/09/2015
Angela and Neil married 16th August 2014
The island was just amazing and seemed rather magical on the day. It really was perfect and we can only thank you for allowing us to use it. Hopefully in the future we will be able to re-visit it.Sent on 29/09/2015