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Lancaster House Summer Party SW1

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Lancaster House Summer Party, SW1

Stable Yard, St James London, W1A 1BB

T. 0207 294 7548

Nearest tube station: Charing Cross

Google Map: click here

Capacity: 350

Venue Description:

Lancaster House is one of London's finest town houses, steeped in political history and magnificently preserved

Formerly Stafford House, this historic building is just a stone’s through from Buckingham Palace. Its location on the Mall meant that Lancaster House was a hub of social and political life throughout the nineteenth century, and it continue to entertain numerous heads of state, members of parliament and celebrities.

The magnificent architecture lends itself widely to conferences, fashion shows and dinners. Lancaster House has even been used as a Hollywood film set so, whatever your occasion, this impressive London landmark has it all.

Lancaster House’s decorative interiors befit the majestic rooms and the building also accommodates a picturesque private garden. A large collection of paintings and ornaments adorn the rooms, left behind by former occupants, the illustrious Sutherland family. With first class facilities and a history to match, this distinguished residence is the perfect partner for an equally eminent event.

The Duke of York commissioned Lancaster House in 1825. Known as York House, it was a nineteenth century social and political hub. Following the Duke’s death, the house was purchased by the Duke of Sutherland whose family owned the house from 1829 to 1913. The high profile and politically engaged Sutherland’s hosted many influential twentieth century figures at the house including the Italian nationalist leader Garibaldi. The Sutherlands were also keen art collectors and some of their impressive art collection remains on the walls of Lancaster House today.

The house became Lancaster House in 1913 when Lord Leverhulme bought the house for the nation and named it after his home county. Since 1913 the house has briefly been home to the London Museum but has otherwise been used as a centre of government hospitality.


Bespoke Summer party packages available on request