The facilities developed at 10-11 Carlton House Terrace by the British Academy serve as a versatile setting for conferences, seminars, promotional launches and academic and business meetings. They also provide the most perfect relaxed and more formal surroundings for weddings, cocktail parties and other special occasions.
Our rooms on the first floor all flow into each other, making them ideal to hire for exclusive use, giving you the option to have different activities taking place in different spaces.
Our rooms can cater for any gathering you have in mind. With striking period features, grand cornice work and fine decoration, Carlton House Terrace was designed by architect John Nash to give some of the best views of the Royal Park and the Mall.
Weddings and private celebrations:
From the moment you step into the home of the British Academy, you know you have found somewhere that is not only spectacular but one of a kind.
This is one building with two distinct personalities. The elegant reception hall of Number 10, with its bold stone walls and grand doorways, opens out into a sweeping black marble staircase that looks up three floors, past balconies and columns, into the building’s domed glass ceiling. In William Gladstone’s former home of Number 11, it is a more intricate English affair with a softer, delicate palette of whites, ivories and light blues.Whichever way you see the British Academy building, its receptions, landings, stairways, rooms and balconies can offer the most exceptional backdrop to your wedding celebration.
|Room Name||Seat Cap||Reception Cap|
|The Music Room||32-70||100|
|The Council Room||32-80||120|
|The Lecture Room||32-90||120|
|The Mall Room||30-70||100|
|The Marks Room||14||N/A|
|Burlington and Cornwall Suite||16-18||30-60|
|The St Lee Reading Room||20-60||100|
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