A public house and hotel close to Sloane Square, The Orange is the most rustic of the Cubitt House group’s four London properties. Amid wooden floors, distressed furniture and white-washed walls, there are five stylish spaces available for wedding breakfasts and receptions. For informal, smaller wedding breakfasts, the 18-seater Henry Guest banqueting table commands the ground-floor restaurant. For more private weddings, the First Floor comprises the Music Room, St Barnabus Room and the main dining room, accommodating up to 120 guests in total. Among the individual spots, we like the look of the Music Room, which features pendant lighting and mismatched furniture, and overlooks Orange Square. On the lower ground floor, the Garden Atrium Bar offers a pretty location for drinks.
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