This grand Georgian venue has five function rooms and fine views towards the Tower of London and overlooking the Trinity Square Gardens. There’s a distinctly nautical feel to the decor, which features maritime paintings, ship models and the brass bell from the royal yacht Britannia. The neo-classical building is great for intimate meetings to large-scale conferences with plenty of room for lunches between talks. Superbly located within central London, the house sits in a prime location close to the city with links to Tower Hill and Fenchurch Street.
Each elegant room is multi-purpose, surrounded by impressive portraits and high windows. Our choice space is the Court Room, with a ceiling fresco by Pre-Raphaelite artist William Holman Hunt and the large windows bringing in light from the gardens. The most spacious room is the library, overlooked by the minstrel’s gallery, which has capacity for up to 130 places. These two larger south-facing rooms both offer adjoining break-out rooms for tea and coffee. The Pepys room, named after the former master of the house, along with the Reading room are ideal for more intimate meetings or workshops. A portrait of Winston Churchill and Franklin D Roosevelt at the signing of the Atlantic agreement, in the latter, is an inspiration for negotiations. The luncheon is of course best for lunches and dinners heated by the warmth of a Georgian fireplace.
Exclusive hire of the entire house is available for privacy and to allow invitees to take full advantage of the distinguished interiors and facilities. There is also the flexibility to choose a combination of the differently sized rooms, according to the needs of the client, to either use them individually or to arrange break-out rooms, refreshments, and lunch. The team at Trinity House have extensive experience in organising catering services and are fully equipped to help plan and stage an event.