An original part of the Georgian Clubhouse, the Terrace Room is self-contained with the whole external wall made up of floor to ceiling windows, opening up the room and overlooking the immaculate croquet and bowls greens.
Inspired by the delightful garden architecture of the Hurlingham Club, a trompe l’oeil has been painted in the Terrace Room by the Italian trained artist Clarissa Parish.
The double doors linking the Terrace Room to the adjoining Quadrangle Room provides greater scope for numbers and function type.
|Height (highest)||3.6m (11.8ft)|
|Height (lowest)||3.1m (10.2ft)|
|Air conditioned/comfort controlled heating||✓|
|Double plug sockets (13amp)||4|
|Licensed||Mon-Thu 1am / Fri-Sat 2am|