Across the Thames from Belgravia and Tate Britain stands a mansion, a magnificent reminder of eighteenth century Vauxhall and its pleasure gardens.
The house, once home to the eponymous Duke is now the LASSCO architectural emporium and the Brunswick House Restaurant. Wedding guests enter through the grand Coadestone portico, leaving the roar of twenty-first century London behind.
Drinks receptions are held within the panelled rooms, which are packed with salvaged curiosities, magnificent chimneypieces and sparkling chandeliers.
Guests are then guided to the lofty Saloon and interconnecting Smoking Room for dining provided by the highly acclaimed chefs of The Brunswick House restaurant.
Dancing takes place in The Cellar Rooms, a series of cellars and wine vaults with large fireplaces and ancient flagstones.
30 Wandsworth Road
Venue Contact: Jo Auger