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Kew Gardens







Kew Gardens

Whether you’re looking to host a team away-day or a chic drinks reception, Kew offers a variety of venues to suit your needs – all within easy reach of central London.

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Cambridge Cottage

The former royal residence of the Duke of Cambridge, Cambridge Cottage is comprised of multiple spaces, all beautifully spacious and light.

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The Nash Conservatory

Originally built in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, the Nash Conservatory was moved brick-by-brick to Kew in 1836. With floor to ceiling windows on three sides the space is full of natural daylight.

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The Orangery

The large, open plan design of this venue makes it incredibly versatile. Throughout the summer, guests can enjoy the large terrace area overlooking the gardens.

The Orangery Conference Room
A bright, intimate venue with everything you need for a meeting or team away-day. 

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The Princess of Wales Conservatory

Ideal of drinks and canape receptions, The Princess of Wales Conservatory works perfectly in conjunction one of the other spaces for a post conference drinks reception or pre-dinner cocktail.

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Temperate House

Home to 10,000 species of plants, Temperate House, the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse, is guaranteed to impress.