Roehampton Venues

Roehampton, London

Roehampton Venues

Roehampton Venues SW15 on the edge of Richmond Park, South of Hammersmith Bridge and with close links from London Waterloo offers interchangeable conference space and a selection of modern and historic venues. With such a varied portfolio whatever the brief we believe we can tick all the boxes for venue finders and event bookers

In conjunction with our creative team Yellobelly, Roehampton Venues are thrilled to launch their new website in anticipation for back to business and events in May.

The Suffolk-based design agency was responsible for the Roehampton Venues first site which was launched to coincide with the opening of the new, contemporary Elm Grove conference centre back in 2016 along with a full rebrand.

Five years later and working in close collaboration with Anna Fowler, Marketing and Events Manager, the design of the new site uses bold, fun, animating graphics to grab attention and avoids pages of detail. The intention is to stand out from the crowd and give the web visitor just enough information so that they can reach an informed decision quickly and easily. The clean and modern design and streamlined navigation structure complements the modern Elm Grove building matching clients needs with their experience when they come on site.

Visit www.roehamptonvenues.co.uk to take a look!

Roehampton Venues, Elm Grove Conference Centre, Roehampton Lane, Roehampton, London, SW15 5PH, United Kingdom

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Room Summary

Maximum Capacity of Largest Room 300
Minimum Capacity of Smallest Room 1
Number of Halls
Number of Meeting Room options 8
Number of Guest Room options 30

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Elm Grove Conference Centre offers guests two floors of meeting space The Oak Suite that can be split into three separate rooms boasting 98” plasma screens for presentations, touch screen controls for sound and floor to ceiling windows with views over landscaped gardens and courtyards. Positioned either side of the Oak Suite are two boardrooms holding up to 10 delegates perfect for smaller meetings or breakout spaces. Moving up to our top floor the Lime Tree Suite offers guests the chance to look out over SW15 and the City of London a perfect space for catering, networking or exhibition area. If guests are looking for somewhere to stay overnight we offer 30 en-suite bedrooms within the conference centre.

During the weekends and summer months Roehampton Venues also have two Grade Listed properties that can be hired. These offer a selection of meeting space as well as outdoor areas suitable for a range of events from summer parties, fun days and evening dinners.

Grove House: This beautiful Grade II listed Georgian Villa retains many original features including the splendid wooden panelled Portrait Room hosting up to 150 guests for a seated dinner. Our Terrace Room, with a wall of French windows leads out onto our picturesque gardens and views of the lake is perfect for pre-dinner drinks. The grounds down by the lake are a stunning setting for summer parties and team building events.

Parkstead House: An iconic Grade I listed 18th century villa, offers a unique mixture of traditional meeting rooms and modern lecture theatres seating up to 300 guests all set around the backdrop of Richmond Park and vast grounds excellent for teambuilding and away days.

Location: Our venues are situated in the stunning parkland campuses of Roehampton University; we are just a five minute bus ride from Barnes mainline station and minutes from the A3. There are also regular bus services from Putney, Wimbledon and Hammersmith which all have underground stations direct to central London - only 15 minutes away. We are within easy reach of Heathrow and Gatwick airport and have a number of car parking spaces available on site.

Testimonial:
The venue was wonderful and I felt very safe there..!
I just wanted to say a huge thank you for making our first face to face training event since lockdown such a safe and secure experience.
Nobody mentioned anything about CoVid and I think that is because the safety measures in place made everyone feel comfortable.
Rachael Aylmer