About this room

Painted by the French artist Pierre Victor Galland in 1822 this beautiful room is decorated with elaborate stucco work celebrating arts and science. A carved white marble fireplace in Louis VI style completes the room in which Eleanor Roosevelt, first Lady of the United States took tea with the American troops in October 1942.

The room can now be hired for private functions and it can accommodate up to 50 people for a standing reception and 30 for a private dinner.


Capacity

Standing

Standing

up to 50

Dining

Dining

up to 30

Theatre

Theatre

up to 40

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 24


Starting prices

Hire Fee

M T W T F S S

17:30 - 23:30

from £1080 Per evening

*All guide prices are inclusive of VAT

Note on pricing

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Sample catering prices

Packages are available for seated dinners or canapé reception are priced per person. Please contact us for a more detailed proposal


Catering

In-house catering

Allows external catering

Approved caterers only

BYO alcohol allowed

Can provide alcohol

Kitchen facilities available

Can provide halal

Can provide kosher

Complimentary water

Extensive vegan menu

Extensive gluten-free menu

Complimentary tea and coffee

Buyout fee for external catering


Licences

Alcohol licence until 23:30

Extension available

Wedding licence

Temporary event notices (TENs) available


Room features

Wi-Fi Wi-Fi

Air conditioning Air conditioning

Natural light Natural light

Disabled access Disabled access

Projector

Flatscreen TV

Whiteboard

Flipchart

Audiovisual (AV) equipment

Conference call facilities

Storage space

Accommodation available

Parking available


Venue welcomes

Loud music/events

Own music equipment /DJ

VIP events

Enhanced security events


Rules of the space

Music has a decibel restriction and end time in certain rooms


Dartmouth House, home of the English-Speaking Union is an elegant mansion set in the heart of London's Mayfair, providing the perfect setting for hosting meetings & events.

The original building, constructed in the 16th century, was converted by Lord Revelstoke in the late 19th century, into a beautiful townhouse with many interesting features.


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