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Drawing Room

A room of elegant Georgian features, where guests can dine surrounded by classically beautiful furnishings. The high ceiling of the Drawing Room boasts rose friezes, intricate coving and decorative guilt-work, off-set by magnificent mirrors and soaring windows.

From the Drawing Room a fine vista opens through the conservatory onto the lawns, giving an appearance of splendid continuity.

To the east, the double doors can be thrown open to accommodate larger bookings, via the Oval Room to the Dining Room.

Dining Room

The grandeur of the Georgian Dining Room at Hurlingham provides prestigious, private and luxurious surroundings for receptions and dinners. Its crystal chandelier, impressive mirrors and regal fire place compliment the superlative cuisine and service.

To accommodate slightly larger gatherings, the Dining Room can be joined via the Oval Room to the Drawing Room.

Reading Room

Located on the first floor of the original Clubhouse, the Reading Room boasts unparalleled views across the gardens and the Thames. The large bay window floods the room with light, showing off the harmony and symmetry of its Georgian décor. The Reading Room is ideal for smaller meetings where privacy is paramount, or for intimate dinners and receptions.


Hurlingham Suite

A distinguished, lofty area with glazed windows running the entire length of the south façade, The Hurlingham Suite looks out on the green lawns of Hurlingham and the River Thames.

Guests and delegates enter via the columned entrance, on the Four In Hand Yard, into the elegant, long glazed Palm Court and Orangery. From here, the suite of function rooms provide a myriad of adaptable venues that lend themselves to any occasion.




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Mulgrave Theatre

This purpose-built theatre boasts state of the art audio-visual and lighting capabilities. The auditorium benefits from tiered seating, to ensure perfect views of the extensive stage, and provides the perfect arena for any manner of presentation.

Furthermore, the tiered seating can be readily rolled back to create a level and open space, suitable for a variety of functions.




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Ranelagh Room & Lobby

The Ranelagh Room is located on the east side of the East Wing and has a lobby that opens out onto the perimeter of the cricket outfield. This multifunctional space is ideal for meetings, dinners and receptions.

The Ranelagh Room can also be used as an adjunct to the Broomhouse Room.

Broomhouse Room

Located at the furthest corner of the East Wing, the Broomhouse Room benefits from two exterior walls that enjoy floor to ceiling windows, which frame and provide access to the Fountain Terrace and its unique water feature.

First-class haute cuisine served here and in every other quarter at Hurlingham, can be indulged in while surrounded by a green oasis of tradition.

Terrace Room

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.



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Quadrangle Room

This striking space has south facing, floor to ceiling windows running the length of the room, framing the magnificent Hurlingham gardens and lawns that stretch to the Thames embankment. In the summer, with the doors thrown open onto the terrace, it would be hard to find more magnificent and distinguished surroundings.

The Quadrangle is linked by double doors to the adjoining Terrace Room, an ideal location for a breakout room or discrete refreshment area.

Napier Room

A well proportioned and self-contained room, the Napier is well suited to cocktail parties or boardroom style meetings. Carpeted throughout, this elegant room can be accessed not only via the Four In Hand Yard, but also via the Horseshoe. The Napier Room can be seamlessly opened out into the Quadrangle Room.