Grove House is a stunning Grade ll listed Georgian mansion, set within stunning landscaped gardens it makes a magical setting for any event. Close to Richmond Park, the House provides the perfect balance of accessibility to London whilst retaining a country house feel.
This flexible venue has three beautiful rooms and can accommodate weddings, private parties, and corporate events.
From 1622 until circa 1790 Roehampton Great House stood on the site of Grove House and was the second largest house in Surrey. Somewhere between 1779 and 1793 the Great House was demolished and Grove House, designed by James Wyatt for Joshua Vanneck, was built.
The central feature of the landscape is the lake which dates back to the Great House. The bridge to the lake is an exquisite folly, contemporary to Grove House and consists of a stone balustrade with three arches and Coade-stone urns. The lake freezes in the winter and the College archive hold accounts of skating parties at the end of the 19th century and ice hockey matches played out between the Royal Flying Corps, who were stationed at Grove House, in World War One.