One of the finest Elizabethan halls in the country, Middle Temple Hall’s original oak roof and stained-glass windows have provided the backdrop for numerous period films. It’s easy to see why, as the building – on a site once owned by the Knights Templar – is brimming with historical significance. The Main Hall, with its intricately carved panelling, is a winter treat, while the venue’s award-winning garden is a lovely spot for receptions. The 32-person Bench Table in the Main Hall is made from 9m planks of a single oak tree, believed to be a gift from Elizabeth I, floated down the Thames from Windsor Forest.
Venue review of Middle Temple Garden