Situated in the heart of West Central London, The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn is the oldest and largest of the four Inns of Court. Bursting with beautiful and distinctive features, this historic London venue has everything you could ever want for a wonderfully unforgettable wedding day.
The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn has a history dating back nearly six hundred years to 1490 when the cornerstone of the Old Hall was laid. Blending together a variety of different architectural periods, wherever you choose to celebrate your special day, the beginning of your next chapter will be set against a stunning backdrop within the Inn's 11 acre site.
The two largest rooms available at the Inn – The Great Hall and The Old Hall – are truly magnificent examples of British grandeur, giving your day an even more magical feeling to it. The Great Hall is a classic example of Victorian elegance. Bedecked with deep wooden panelling and surrounded by portraits and a stunning mural by GF Watts, it has space for up to 250 guests. Meanwhile The Old Hall is a lovingly maintained Tudor hall, more simple in adornment than The Great Hall but still maintaining an intimate grandeur, it would be ideal for a slightly smaller celebration for up to 120 guests.
The team at the Inn take great pride in producing spectacular food for any and every event they host. For your wedding, you will be treated to a set banqueting meal from award-winning chefs. However, if there are any special requests for your wedding menu, their team relish the challenge of creating a bespoke menu.
For more information on holding your wedding at The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, please do not hesitate to contact them.