Situated next to one of London’s remaining great houses on the banks of the River Thames, the Walled Garden at Syon House is a scenic marquee venue that’s open from May until September. The venue is immersed in gardens that were painstakingly designed by the famous 18th Century landscaper, Capability Brown. His romantic walled garden has stood the test of time, providing magnificent outdoor photo locations in front of the grand mansion.
Prior to its life as a Grade I listed stately home, Syon House was the original site of a medieval abbey that was destroyed during Henry VIII’s reign. The estate is now home to an exclusive wedding venue where old-world features combine with modern-day technology to provide superb event facilities. With an experienced team on hand to assist you and liaise with your suppliers, your Walled Garden wedding will be a resounding success.
The Walled Garden marquee has a very large capacity that caters for 150 to 600 guests, making it an excellent choice for Asian weddings and large British celebrations. Inside, the blank white canvas opens up a whole world of opportunity for personalised wedding design. From colourful installations to subtle neutrals throughout, every event is different at this extraordinarily diverse venue.
Top three things you’ll love about your Walled Garden at Syon Park wedding:
- The Location. Situated on the banks of the River Thames, just 10 miles upstream from central London, the Walled Garden at Syon Park is an accessible country-style retreat.
- The Exclusivity. Couples admire the Walled Garden at Syon House for its sense of privacy. It’s has a remarkably remote feel yet it’s easily accessible from the city centre.
- The Outdoor Space. There are four acres of garden to roam at your leisure, designed by a celebrated gardener with Royal approval. Weddings here are beautiful from every angle.
Choose from a range of reception options at the Walled Garden at Syon Park:
- The Walled Garden at Syon Park Marquee. A huge naturally lit marquee with a foyer and the Main Hall. The subtle white interior gives limitless layout and decoration potential. Please note that the hire of Syon House is not included with The Walled Garden and will carry an additional charge. (Foyer 250 standing/100 dining, Main hall 800/600 dining)
What Walled Garden at Syon Park weddings are like:
- Neutral and elegant interior design with the latest event technology installed
- A range of capacities from intimate ceremonies to grand banquets of up to 600 guests
- Experienced Wedding Coordinator to assist with your planning journey
- Four acres of parkland to use for al fresco drinks receptions and photos
- Delicious fine dining provided by catering partners of Walled Garden at Syon Park
- Asian caterers include Clay Oven, Greenleaf, Spice Village, Preeti and Laguna
- A 5-minute drive from Syon Lane station and just 10 miles from the city centre
- Access from 10 am - 1 am Monday to Saturday (guests leave at midnight), 10 am-midnight on Sunday (guests leave at 11 pm)
- £50 admin fee for the late licence and if the application is authorised by the council an additional £250 +VAT per hour is required
- A private dressing room has also been incorporated for pre-wedding preparations
- The venue hire includes a private car park which can hold up to 300 cars
- Five double en-suite bedrooms available to book at Syon House
- Couples can take photos in front of Syon house for an hour at no additional cost
- Tables, chairs, bar, cloakroom, dance floor, AV equipment and event staff provided
- Mandap ceremonies are permitted for Hindu weddings
- Three members of security included in the hire fee
- Wheelchair accessible
What are some of the nearby attractions to the Walled Garden at Syon Park?
- Syon House
- Syon Conservatory
- Syon Park
- Kew Gardens
- Chiswick House
Is the Walled Garden at Syon Park a good place for a wedding?
Absolutely. The Walled Garden is a luxury wedding marquee set within the unique and historical location of Syon Park in West London. The venue not only offers complete exclusivity on your wedding day but is also set within four acres of photogenic gardens with the grand Syon House as an idyllic backdrop.