Spencer House

Spencer House is London’s most magnificent eighteenth-century aristocratic palace, built between 1756-1766 for John, first Earl Spencer, an ancestor of Diana, Princess of Wales (1961-1997) it is London’s finest surviving eighteenth-century town house.

This unique 18th century private palace combines magnificent works of art with subtle personal touches that together provide a perfect backdrop for private and corporate events, receptions, state room weddings, meetings and presentations.

The Ground Floor rooms can accommodate up to 250 guests or up to 450 with the use of the terrace during summer months. In the colder months 450 can be accommodated using the Ground and first floor rooms.

Maximum capacity for lunch or dinner is 126. The Great Room can seat up to 90 with an additional 36 in Lady Spencer’s Room. Up to 40 can be seated at one oval table in the Great Room.