Exclusive Heritage Venues in the West Country
We are delighted to represent some of the best and most famous exclusive heritage venues in the West Country. Contact us or call us on 01926 624884 for further information on any of our venues.
The Roman Baths and Pump Rooms (Bath)
The Roman Baths is one of the premier visitor attractions in the world attracting approximately 1 million tourists each year and the Pump Room is a popular restaurant during the day. Once the visitors have left, this iconic venue is transformed into one of Bath’s most prestigious private hire venues. It is extremely popular for business events, weddings, drinks receptions and parties and can also accommodate concerts and fashion shows.
The Assembly Rooms (Bath)
The Assembly Rooms is one of Bath’s most prestigious venues, perfect for business events, weddings and parties. Designed by John Wood the Younger in 1769 and completed in 1771, they were described as ‘ the most noble and elegant of any in the kingdom’. Each of the four rooms, the Great Octagon, Tea Room, Ball Room and Card Room, had a specific purpose, as their names suggest, but they could all adapt for other functions, as they still do today.
(Picture courtesy of Lou Abercrombie)
The Victoria Art Gallery (Bath)
This lovely Grade II listed building is an inspiring venue for a drinks reception or wedding ceremony. Centrally located, the Victoria Art Gallery was named to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. The building consists of the grand Upper Gallery and a more contemporary Lower Gallery, with an inviting marble entrance hall and grand staircase. Either gallery can be hired for a drinks reception or why not be married, surrounded by inspiring works of art?
The Guildhall (Bath)
A stunning Georgian building with the space for a large wedding, conference or party. Built by Thomas Baldwin in 1775, the Guildhall has been at the heart of Bath’s administrative life for over 350 years. As well as being a stunning location for all manner of corporate and private events, it continues to house the Register Office, Mayor’s parlour and city archives. The Guildhall has a number of rooms for private hire including the Banqueting Room, Brunswick Room and Council Chamber.