Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park, Surrey TW10

As you can imagine, we've visited some lovely Wedding Venues in our time and Pembroke Lodge is no exception. We've always had great feedback from everyone about what a lovely place this for not only a Wedding Venue, but for all occassions.

  • Outdoor Wedding Pavilion available
  • Two Dining & Reception Rooms for between 70 & 200 guests
  • On-site Venue Wedding Coordinator, Master of Ceremonies & Toastmaster if required
  • Parking available nearby for up to 250 cars

Pembroke Lodge, Richmond Park TW10 5HX

Pembroke Lodge
Richmond Park
Richmond Surrey
TW10 5HX
Phone Number: 020 8940 8207
Fax Number: 020 8332 6719
Wedding enquiries and family occasions
Corporate events and conferences:
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Pembroke Lodge Wedding Venue

Embrace elegance on your wedding day when you book your wedding ceremony or reception at the magnificent Pembroke Lodge, a listed Georgian Mansion. This beautiful wedding venue, which is also a public tearoom, is one of the city’s most popular wedding venues due to its stunning views across the Thames Valley to the west.

It is located in one of London’s largest and arguably most beautiful areas – Richmond Park – which comprises over 2,300 acres of unspoiled English parkland. It is home to over 600 deer which are free to roam where they please. Pembroke Lodge itself is set within 11 acres of landscaped gardens, maintained to provide a picturesque setting all year round.

Car parking for 250 vehicles can be found nearby the grounds but your White London wedding Taxi or Classic Car may pull up directly in front of the entrance.


Pembroke Lodge Events Rooms

Pembroke Lodge has two exceptional rooms to choose from for weddings and other special events. The Belvedere is a banqueting suite which has been custom-built to hold up to 140 seated guests or 200 standing (ideal for an evening party). The Russell Suite provides Georgian elegance for up to 70 seated guests or 100 standing party goers.

To ensure your wedding runs without a glitch the venue can provide a wedding coordinator, master of ceremonies or toastmaster if required.


Wedding Catering at Pembroke Lodge

When not being used as wedding venue, Pembroke Lodge is a popular tea room and has an excellent reputation in the catering field. Those booking a wedding here can expect first class food and service; the experienced banqueting team have centuries of experience in such a specialist field.
Pembroke Lodge is fully licensed and can provide a corkage option when required.


Wedding Entertainment at Pembroke Lodge

This venue provides everything you need for a fabulous evening reception. It has an entertainment license, DJ and live band facilities, as well as a dance floor.

There is car parking for up to 250 vehicles adjacent to the lodge grounds.


History of Pembroke Lodge

Pembroke Lodge has a fascinating history with royal and parliamentary connections. You may be interested to learn that this grand property began its life as a humble one room cottage prior to 1754. It was home to a mole-catcher whose sole duty was to prevent peril to park huntsmen caused by molehills.

It was then enlarged to become ‘Hill Lodge’ by John Trage, a gamekeeper. He let rooms to Elizabeth, the Countess of Pembroke, who became so fond of the property she begged King George III to grant it to her. In 1787 the King granted her request and built another lodge for Trage to live in.

Between 1788-1796 the lodge was extended further still, with a Georgian wing added and part of

The North wing extended. The remainder of this wing was not completed until 1831-1846 following the death of the Countess in 1831.

In 1847, Queen Victoria granted the Lodge to the then Prime Minister, Lord John Russell. The property was then passed down through the Russell generations. It was taken over by a wealthy industrialist, John Scot Oliver in 1929 before being requisitioned by the GCHQ Liaison Regiment during the war.

More recently there has been much uncertainty about the future of Pembroke Lodge, and around 12 years ago there was a long battle to keep the Lodge open to the public. Thankfully, this was successful and the venue has become a public favorite for everyday visits and special occasions.

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