Nestled close to some of the City’s most illustrious landmarks, Stationers’ Hall is just a stone’s throw from St Paul’s Cathedral, the River Thames and Millennium Bridge.
Immerse yourself into a seamless blend of welcoming warmth and arresting grandeur. Pass through the cobbled courtyard into this magnificent Hall, completed in 1673 and arrive in merry Olde England. Go on a journey through the walled garden, handsomely dressed in fairy lights providing that elusive touch of magic.
Ascend the wrought iron stair case into the delightfully opulent Court Room where sparkling drinks await your arrival. The jewel-like stained glass windows, which overlook the garden, encapsulate a splendid transformation at dusk.
Dinner is then called in the adjoining Livery Hall. The beautifully maintained oak floor gleams, the magnificently carved oak panels from the 17th century, combine with armorial banners to infuse the room with an impressive gravitas.
The surmounting Minstrels’ Gallery creates the perfect stage for small bands or a festive choir to add to a thrilling backdrop of festive wonderment.