Lancaster House

Lancaster House is the only unaltered survivor of a group of extravagant private palaces which were a focus of social and political life in Victorian and Edwardian London. The house began as a Royal residence called York House when it was commissioned by the “Grand Old” Duke of York in 1825.

Address: Stable Yard St. James's London SW1A 1BB

Type: Palace

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Spaces

  • icon1 Number of Spaces 7
  • icon7 Reception 350
  • icon10 Theatre Style 200
  • icon15 Dinner 150
  • icon4 Whole Venue 350
  • icon9 Outdoor Spaces Capacity 200
  • Buzzwords

    Boutique; Chandeliers; High Ceilings; Historic; Music; Royal; Traditional

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