Venue Review: 10-11 Carlton House TerraceWritten by Paul May 13 2015
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Running parallel to The Mall, Carlton House Terrace is easily one of London’s finest architectural gems. In the 1700’s the Royal family of the day called it home, before moving to Buckingham Palace and letting famed Regency architect John Nash demolish the old Carlton House and replace it with the stunning buildings we see today.
10-11 Carlton House terrace, once home to Primer Minster Gladstone, now houses the British Academy, the UK’s national academy for humanities and social sciences. It also offers a number of wonderful spaces for conferences, meetings and events. The largest room, The Wolfson Auditorium, can accommodate conferences of 135, banquets for 80 and receptions for 200. There are another four rooms that can take 70+ in a conference set up, and numerous small spaces perfect for board meetings. The conference & events business here is run and catered for by Searcys, so you can be sure the quality of food and service is guaranteed.
Unlike other venues that offer this level of history and incredible architecture 10-11 Carlton House terrace offers some great rates and they are both flexible & accommodating to customers.