Venue Spotlight – {10-11} Carlton House Terrace

Delighted to introduce you to (10-11) Carlton House Terrace one of our London Wedding Venues.

With 10 different rooms this venue can accommodate anything from intimate ceremonies to larger weddings. Host an intimate civil ceremony for 16 guests in the Cornwall Room, or a grand wedding reception for 100 guests in the Wolfson Room. The flexible space offers a unique opportunity to take-over one or both of their Georgian Townhouses.

Why it is the perfect place to have your wedding

When you arrive at Carlton House Terrace, you are immediately struck by the beautiful interiors and classic detailing that gives these Carlton House Terrace its unique charm. With breath-taking views across St James’s Park, The Mall and many iconic London landmarks, it is set for a picture-perfect wedding.

Interesting Facts about 10-11 Carlton Terrace

10-11 Carlton Terrace was built in 1831 and design by John Nash.  The terraces as a whole are a scenic backdrop to St James’s Park.

In March 2010, the British Academy embarked on an  £2.75M project to renovate the public rooms in No. 11, and linked the two buildings together. The work was completed in January 2011 and include a 150-seat state-of-the-art auditorium.

Former occupiers of Carlton House include Sir Matthew White Ridley, Lord Monson, four-times Prime Minister William Gladstone, and it was used as a  First World War Hospital for Wounded Officers

Key Features


10-11 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH

Photo Credits

Couple with exterior –  ARJ Photography

No. 10 Staircase –  Anneli Marinovich

Music Room small Ceremony – Fiona Kelly

Christmas couple on the No. 11 – Allister Freeman

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