Location: Surrey
Venues Warren House
Warren House
  • All-inclusive wedding venue in Surrey
  • Victorian mansion built in 1865
  • Intricate history spanning back 150 years
  • Convenient location in Kingston upon Thames
  • On a private road for ultimate seclusion
  • Licensed to host civil ceremonies
  • Reception parties for up to 100 guests
  • Delicious cuisine served by in-house chefs
  • 46 luxury bedrooms for wedding guests

Tucked away on its own private road in Kingston upon Thames is Warren House, a private and secluded mid-Victorian mansion. You may very well feel as if you have entered another world as you wander round the beautifully landscaped gardens and ponder its intricate history, and yet in reality you are only a stone's throw away from the hustle and bustle of London.

Warren House now operates as an events venue and is marvellously well-equipped to host wedding celebrations of all styles and sizes, offering a varied array of rooms suitable for ceremonies, receptions and evening parties. With its beautiful grounds, a fantastic catering team and 46 luxury bedrooms, Warren House is most certainly a secret worth knowing about.


If history floats your boat, look no further than the spectacular Warren House. The property is conveniently situated near the London - Portsmouth route and there have been settlements on the site since Medieval times, with estates being built in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Eventually the usefulness of its proximity to a rapidly expanding London was fully realised, and well-to-do city businessmen began to move into the area.

Warren House was built in 1865 by Hugh Hammersley and it remained in his possession until his death in 1882. A selection of fairly colourful characters followed Hugh in ownership of the property, including George Grenfell Glynn who regularly hosted the Prime Minister at Warren House, and Lady Mary Paget, a great friend of King Edward VII who often entertained members of the Royal Family. Dame Leila Paget inherited the house after her mother's death; she was the first British woman to earn the title due to her work before and during the First World War with the Serbian Red Cross. A truly benevolent character, she went on to sell Warren House in 1954 to raise money for Serbs in exile after WWII. Since then, it has been used as a conference and training centre and more recently, a luxury wedding venue.


The Ballroom

This timelessly beautiful Baroque-style ballroom was closely modelled on the 'Hall Of Mirrors' at the Palace of Versailles.

Civil Ceremony Capacity - 100 Guests

Drinks Reception Capacity - 65 Guests

Wedding Breakfast Capacity - 60 Guests

Garden Gazebo

On sunny days you can get married outside within their gorgeous stone pillared gazebo. You will read your vows underneath an intricately detailed, domed iron roof while your guests watch on from the picturesque lawns.

Civil Ceremony Capacity - 100 Guests

Garden Rooms: Lilac, Magnolia, Lavender

These interconnecting rooms are ideal for drinks and canapés receptions.

Drinks Reception Capacity - 18-70 Guests

Four Seasons

This intimate space is perfect for a small family occasion.

Drinks Reception Capacity - 20 Guests

The Persian Dining Room

With its beautiful fireplace, windows overlooking the grounds and terrace access, this room is ideal for wedding breakfasts.

Wedding Breakfast Capacity - 100 Guests

The London Room

With stars on the floor, drapes and decorative chandeliers on the ceiling, this room is a glamorous location for evening reception parties.

Evening Reception Capacity - 100 Guests

Azalea Room

This room is ideal for children's entertainment - a TV, Wii and beanbags are provided. Or, the Azalea Room is great for quiet, bijou wedding breakfasts.

Private Dining Capacity - 12 Guests

NB: For Saturday weddings, there is a minimum of 60 guests.

Catering and Accommodation

Sample the delectable cuisine created at Warren House, which has been commented on by many as truly tantalising. A dedicated team of chefs focus on producing 'one-of-a-kind' dishes, and offer a wide range of starters, main courses and puddings. While their fish, meat and poultry offerings are supreme, they also handle vegetarian requirements exceptionally well and are extremely adaptable for guests with special diets or allergies. A complete menu-tasting session for the bride and groom is also included.


Warren House contains 46 beautiful bedrooms including a truly glorious bridal suite. The room showcases a roll-top bath and a period fireplace, and is located at the head of a staircase descending into the main area. Other rooms in the house can be occupied by wedding guests at a specially discounted rate.

The venue can additionally be hired on an exclusive-use basis, meaning that all the wedding areas and 46 bedrooms will be at your disposal, to use entirely as you wish on your wedding day.

For more information, or to book Warren House for your wedding, please get in touch using the contact options at the top and bottom of this page.

Warren House
Warren Road
Kingston upon Thames


  • Emma Tozer – 08/01/2017

    We were fortunate enough to have our wedding at Warren House in December. At any time of year, even deepest December, it’s a beautiful setting, outside and inside (the bridal suite is stunning). What sets Warren House apart though, is not its setting, but its service. Our wedding planner, Tannaz, was excellent throughout, despite being challenged with turning the event around in eight weeks.

    Our wedding was a small one, with 25 people, but we were never made to feel like our event was any less important than a bigger affair. The whole team was very friendly, supportive, and ‘on it’; they were very well briefed and carried out our plan without a hitch, even though the wedding took place between Christmas and New Year. Even our guests commented on the excellent service and the fact their glasses were never empty!

    The food was one of the key reasons for choosing Warren House over other venues and it didn’t disappoint. The beef was excellent and different dietary requirements were well catered for. And there has to be a special mention for the tomato consommé canapes, which were the surprise hit of the day!

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