Discover Secret London Spaces
22 May 2013 |
With that elusive British sunshine finally making an appearance (we had three hours on Sunday...), the City streets are becoming awash with people desperately trying to enjoy the warm summer evenings. Decent outside space to enjoy a glass of Champagne in the City is hard to find for your friends, let alone for 100 + people. However, you are walking straight past some of London’s most beautiful courtyards every day, so let us open your eyes to four little secrets...
Nestled in the backstreets of St Paul's, Apothecaries’ Hall is a portal into another time. The magnificent hall protects its courtyard from the encroaching bustle of the City, creating an idyllic suntrap that is perfect for hosting receptions and BBQs alike.
Boasting a backdrop of the original London Wall, it’s no wonder we usher guests to drink on Barber-Surgeons’ Hall’s terrace. Surrounded by a gorgeous herb garden and lawn, who would have thought there could be so much garden space in the City?
Quietly hidden within the chaotic City, Saddlers’ Hall has a very intimate & traditional English courtyard, with the rustic cobblestone walls and windows of St Vedast Church, providing a lovely background for a summer party.
With two different outdoor spaces, an exclusive Italianate roof garden with a showpiece water fountain and a beautiful pillared courtyard perfect for relaxed receptions, Skinners' Hall transports guests out of London into a different world.
Packages & Availability
Read through our No media download found.which have the best value beverages and delicious summer nibbles, BBQs and meals. We still have some weekdays and evenings free in these venues over the summer period so if you are interested please get in touch and we would be delighted to encourage you to explore London’s hidden opportunities.