Created by the third Earl of Burlington, Chiswick House is the first and one of the finest examples of neo-Palladian design in England.
Inspired by the architecture of ancient Rome and 16th century Italy, Chiswick House is a stunning homage to the work of Renaissance architect Palladio.
Completed by 1729, the villa, which echoes classical temple design, was never conceived as a private residence. It was instead, a bold architectural experiment by Burlington, a grand pavilion where he could display his art and book collection and entertain small groups of friends.
Chiswick House is a spectacular venue to host a party or celebration ensuring a most memorable occasion for you and your guests. From the moment your guests enter the gardens their grandeur and tranquillity will envelop them. Duke’s Avenue provides a wonderful tree lined approach to Chiswick House, where two graceful stone staircases lead you into the Domed Saloon. Few entrances are as splendid.
Your guests can enjoy pre dinner drinks in the intimacy of the Courtyard followed by dinner in the Domed Saloon.
Seated Dinners: 48 guests
Drinks and canapé receptions: 150 guests